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Best Ruby on Rails CMSs

To run a blog or manage content of a website, it’s best to use a ready CMS solution. What follows up is a short comparison of seven best Ruby on Rails CMSs.

Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/7-best-ruby-on-rails-content-management-systems

1

Refinery CMS

Refinery CMS

a super-advanced Ruby on Rails-based Content Management System that sets an industry standard for all CMSs built with Rails. Besides having great interface and many settings, Refinery comes with a plethora of extensions that provide many generic functionalities.

2

Locomotive CMS

a progressive Rails-based CMS that suits not only individual bloggers, but that can be used for implementing corporate blogs as well. Locomotive CMS is a hosted solution, meaning it’s possible to run a blog in a matter of minutes – such option isn’t available even with Refinery CMS.

3

Camaleon CMS

a modern CMS with broad functionality. Camaleon CMS, along with Locomotive CMS, is another great solution and a real competitor to Refinery. Camaleon comes with plenty of features to help us rapidly develop a feature-rich blog.

4

Alchemy CMS

a typical CMS with the least advanced functionality if compared to the previous three Rails-based CMSs. Although Alchemy requires a little bit more fine tuning than Camaleon, Locomotive, or Refinery, it’s still a solid solution that uses a great text editor TinyMCE.

5

Spina CMS

a young and small yet very promising Rails-based Content Management System that ships with a likeable interface and many basic features a blogger would want to see in a blogging engine.

6

Comfortable Mexican Sofa

a CMS designed for web developers. Comfortable Mexican Sofa supports many languages, provides the possibility to mirror website versions, and many others. Notably, Comfortable Mexican Sofa provides an own template engine.

7

Radiant CMS

a entry-level Rails-based CMS with simplistic interface and a handful of features. Radiant isn’t the best CMS for a typical user and is rather designed with web developers in mind. Conceptually, Radiant CMS is close to Comfortable Mexican Sofa.