RedKite CMS is a Content Management System built on top of Symfony2 and Twitter-Bootstrap frameworks. It lets you manage the content of your website inline, using an interface designed to increase the quality of the user experience. You are not required to have technical skills related to Web programming to build a website using this CMS.
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows Mac OS X|
|Implementation||SQL PHP AJAX jquey Symfony propel twig|
Release Notes: The installer has been definitely improved, as well as the deploying phase; in fact, assets are now synchronized from the backend to the frontend instead of hard copying them, and AppKernel.php and config.yml are automatically updated when the Web site theme has changed. This release starts introducing behat/mink support to improve the quality.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs and introduces the new MarkdownBlockBundle to handle markdown contents inline on your site using EpicEditor. TinyMceBundle.has been rewritten and improved to add a new configuration when the editor is initialized, to avoid adding paragraphs. This has fixed the accordion title section, which benefits from this change. RedKIte CMS bundles have been reorganized to simplify the upgrade for future releases. Be sure to read the migration document before starting the upgrade.
Release Notes: The application is fully released under the MIT License. Bundles comes with the application instead of downloading them by composer. The TinyMCE editor has been configured to allow adding font-awesome icons from source code. An annoying bug has been fixed that moved the top/bottom arrows used to move the interface to the opening popover.
Release Notes: This release introduces an important change: the toolbar has been redesigned to improve the user experience. Another important change is related to blocks: you can set the class attribute for single blocks. The new breadcrumb element has been added to the Twitter Bootstrap bundle. There is a new Twitter bootstrap theme.
Release Notes: This release fixes unwanted behavior in Google Chrome preventing a default event when clicking on a select box inside the active pop-overed editor. It prevents the generation of duplicated blocks sections when deploying. The stage environment now works properly. Changes how RedKite CMS manages unpublished pages when the Web site is deployed. Improves the method that checks whether a connection with a MySQL server could be established. Implements the page header block.