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Debuggable Blog:
Wildflower, a CakePHP CMS
September 23, 2008 @ 14:56:24

A new post on the Debuggable blog spotlights a content management system built on top of the framework - Wildflower.

There are hundreds of PHP Content Management Systems. Why would a decently earning freelancer, hacking Wordpress to fit any clients need decide to write one from scratch? The reason is CakePHP. [...] So what does a programmer do when he's not comfortable with the tool he uses? He programs a new one. It's slightly more than a year that I started a project called Wildflower. The tag line is A CakePHP CMS.

The article talks about what comes built into the CMS, includes some screenshots of it at work and talks some about the roadmap for the future of the project.

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