Django CMS比较


Mezzanine is a powerful, consistent, and flexible content management platform. Built using the Django framework, Mezzanine provides a simple yet highly extensible architecture that encourages diving in and hacking on the code. Mezzanine is BSD licensed and supported by a diverse and active community.

In some ways, Mezzanine resembles tools such as WordPress, providing an intuitive interface for managing pages, blog posts, form data, store products, and other types of content. But Mezzanine is also different. Unlike many other platforms that make extensive use of modules or reusable applications, Mezzanine provides most of its functionality by default. This approach yields a more integrated and efficient platform.

Django Fiber

Django Fiber – a simple, open-source, user-friendly CMS for all your django projects. It complements your project, it doesn’t take it over. It allows you to create simple textual, template based pages, add simple content items in pages and views, and adds simple menus that always work. All this can be maintained by a friendly frontend admin.

django CMS

Enterprise content management with django


A smooth, flexible CMS to create the designs you like, built on top of the powerful Django framework.

Django-Fluent CMS is a Open Source CMS, designed for the following needs:

  • Shape the CMS according to the client’s needs.
  • Make any kind of design editable for end-users.
  • Be easy to use
  • Be easy to code with -Be usable for small up to large sites

The CMS is flexible for your own needs. You can install parts of the CMS you like to use, and leave everything else out of your project. The system is designed to perform well (blocks are cached in memcache), models and admin screens can be modified to your needs easily.


One of the most advanced Content Management Systems built on Django


There are plenty of great open source content management systems. We’ve used Drupal very successfully on big sites for clients including high profile campaigning NGOs, fundraising charities, think tanks, universities and public sector organisations. There are also some excellent Django CMSs, including Mezzanine, Fein and Django CMS, with thriving developer communities and impressive case studies.

But having built content-managed websites for 14 years we have strong opinions about the editor experience and how a CMS should work and be structured, and we need to manage a more rapid pace of development than we can achieve by contributing to existing projects.