Own engine or CMS, if you're going to make sites for?

Want in his provincial town are ready to do the Internet stores and subsequent support. due to the fact that in a short time is likely to be a boom in "startups", and because of their inexperience, to make the sites ready to populate with content. For those who do not want to solve and who want to "clear" the online store integration with 1C, design and other features.

As in the provinces people are not particularly worried on account of the design, sophisticated architecture, it would be possible to make model sites. But then the question arises, at the expense of content management.

Several issues in fact:
1. To write your own engine or use a free CMS?
Interested in is, at first, the integration of 1C, in which CMS implemented easier
2. What language better to write a CMS?
September 19th 19 at 12:12
3 answers
September 19th 19 at 12:16
Answer links:
* CMS or not CMS: which type of web projects using web frameworks?
* Completely from scratch or use frameworks: Objectives as a result of the rejection of web frameworks?
September 19th 19 at 12:18
Or choose a CMS on the basis of the framework Yii for example, or the SiteCore CMS ASP.NET MVC which
September 19th 19 at 12:14
Habré was an interesting blog a provincial Studio. I advise you to read if you want to do is sites in production mode. Read - there are very cool ideas and tips.

If the problem is that to get into the business of web development and experience is not very much, then I would have to start would be the free CMS. Was finished and made orders, creating the same workflow.

Then, when things will improve and there will be a reputation that can be translated into something of their own. To choose based on the experience of the language to make things right.

z.s.: it's important to remember that integration with the 1C is ABSOLUTELY all modern CMS, it may not be out of the box, and a plugin - but that's not a problem.

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