Locomotive – open source platform to create, publish and edit websites (CMS)

Locomotive is a platform to create, publish and edit sites (Content Management System).

It is designed to save time and help you focus on what matters: front-end technology, standard development process and a very low learning curve for your clients.

Locomotive is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Multi-sites natively supported.
  • Uses Liquid, a simple and clean templating language.
  • Easy to add custom sections, content types, no SQL needed.
  • Beautiful and intuitive editing interface.
  • Can fully localize all the content and pages.
  • Embed a Restful API to manage every site.
  • Develop and preview sites locally with your favorite tools (Wagon). Wagon is a command line tool that lets you develop for Locomotive right on your local machine. With Wagon, you can generate the scaffolding for a new Locomotive site and start adding the content types and templates you need using any text editor. Wagon comes with support for tools like SASS, LESS, HAML, and CoffeeScript. It also works well with source version control systems like git and svn.
  • Deploy website with a single command.
  • Support for Webpack, SASS, HAML and Coffee Script (Wagon).

Website: www.locomotivecms.com
Support: Documentation, GitHub Code Repository
Developer: NoCoffee
License: MIT License

Locomotive

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