The choice of CMS

going to create a website want to do something like communities for a certain circle of people(for example many community houses, community houses nearby, etc.) with the exchange of some information and files, it is clear that to write everything from scratch is expensive and time consuming, and reinventing the wheel is not very efficient... Maybe someone can advise what CMS where very good and easy to write extensions, + it can be flexible enough?
October 8th 19 at 01:49
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October 8th 19 at 01:51
LiveStreet — social. it La habr
October 8th 19 at 01:53
Depends on what plans and goals. For such small communities usually fits well stylized, but familiar to all of forum engine such as VBULLETIN, phpBB, vBulletin. Any social plug-ins and surveys about them enough to write.
October 8th 19 at 01:55
Drupal. A large number of ready-made modules, the ease of writing your own.
Drupal is good but like many other CMS/CMF drive you into the framework, you spend a lot of time trying to overcome that here and there, write your module, now you have to watch for updates if it is tied to the other, and without updates potentially not safe. We have to archive old projects on Drupal which we would be happy now to start again but we know that is not realistic because for a couple of years, Drupal has already a lot has changed, in fact, writing from scratch is easier now.
For 7 years it ispolzovaniya opinion has not changed, Drupal is good if you have enough functionality in the standard and stable modules.
Otherwise, write your own from scratch and use simple frameworks. - Davon_Hegmann commented on October 8th 19 at 01:58
October 8th 19 at 01:57
MODx is a very flexible and basic modules for standard website enough. To create a module — more complex. Quite a high barrier to entry due to ExtJS in admin panel. But the plus to flexibility a ton to write using snippets and chunks.
October 8th 19 at 01:59
You don't get a clear and qualitative answer is not describe what specific functionality you want to implement.
The answers can only be judged on who what CMS prefers in their work.
Suggest to create a detailed specification and based on TK to pick up the CMS.
October 8th 19 at 02:01
Question the question to ask perhaps. I do not want to produce the same issues.
What a modern CMS to use for this site ?
You need to keep the blocks in roughly the form in which they are now.
Need not difficult to learn, preferably with ready modules, without any programming of its own.
A little bit familiar with Joomla, leaning on it to do, but maybe there are alternatives? Paid are also considered.
October 8th 19 at 02:03
October 8th 19 at 02:05
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