Guide To Develop Laravel Based CMS Using October CMS


Let’s have a quick introduction of October CMS.

October CMS is a free, open source and lightweight Laravel based framework. Father of October CMS is

“Alexey Bobkov” and “Samuel Georges”, a dual-skilled duo in programming and UX design from Canada and Australia.

To build Web applications without any restriction on page structure, HTML, CSS and Design Markup. It provides simple

modern template engine to develop websites with more powerful using collection of simple, powerful, reliable and flexible features.

“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler” truly said by Albert Einstein, with the Philosophy

completed 3 years of octobercms with their awesome contribution.

Quick facts about OctoberCMS:

  • Easy Administrative interface
  • Ajax features
  • Quick scaffolding
  • Building tools like page components
  • Extensible platform
  • Translatable content using multilingual support
  • For developer most important you can use OctoberCMS without changing your development habits because its easily adopted to any existing workflow and deploy into your control system.

Why we have to use OctoberCMS?

  • Simplistic
  • Modern
  • Universal
  • Extensible
  • Reliable
  • Easy to learn
  • Saves time and their extra features and advantages makes force to use octobercms in as a development.

Minimum System Requirements:

  • PHP version 5.5.9 or higher
  • PDO PHP Extension
  • CURL PHP Extension
  • OpenSSL PHP Extension
  • Mbstring PHP Library
  • ZipArchive PHP Library
  • GD PHP Library

Easy to Start:

Follow below steps to setup your own October CMS Demo:

  • Either clone this repo from GitHub, or download the installer. The recommended way is to download the installer, as it’s simple and quick, and allows you to make some configurations right inside the browser in an easy-to-follow stepwise interface.
  • Extract the files into your desired local directory, and configure your local server to match the local path.
  • Set up a new database, and take note of the database name.
  • Navigate to the install.php file in your browser, follow the instructions on screen, and enter your configuration variables.

Hope this helps you to make things work..!!! Need more assistance regarding web development service…!

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