Every two months, a bunch of interested Symfony users in Hamburg come together to meet up in mindworks welcoming office. This week, about 20 members gathered for YOOtheme’s guest talk about our latest project, our new and modern CMS Pagekit. After a few chats on the balcony and enjoying first refreshments our team started with the slides they had prepared for the evening. Here is a short roundup.
We introduced the idea of Pagekit as a new CMS with a modern codebase. Right from the start, development focused on flexible extensibility so that themes and extensions can even be provided via the integrated marketplace. To the listening developers, Pagekit’s architecture was presented as having a clear separation between framework and the CMS components. We then showed a demo of the tidy user interface and went through an interactive coding part to explain how an extension can be created from scratch to marketplace in just a few minutes.
Pagekit will be available for free and under the permissive open source MIT license later this year. As a developer you don’t have to wait for the public release. Drop us an email and join our running alpha phase. Early feedback is much appreciated and helps make Pagekit the number one choice for your upcoming projects.
We had a great evening and were delighted to present Pagekit for the first time. Thanks to mindworks!