Compare Grav vs. Fork CMS

Grav Fork CMS
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Product intro

Grav is a fresh flat-file database which is easy to install. It uses a number of Symfony components and is very fast to get started with.

Fork CMS is a new take on PHP CMSes. Built on a contemporary base that is a customised version of the Symfony2 framework, this is a challenger to keep note of.

Main advantages
  • Fast to install and get started with
  • Extensible via Plugins, Skeletons and Themes
  • A fresh codebase, no PHP4 cruft here
  • A fresh start, no legacy baggage
  • A clean user interface
  • Fully featured for marketing sites
Main disvantages

 

  • Limited use cases due to flat-file approach
  • Limited developer base
  • Needs more work to round the edges in real-world use

 

  • Not a 100% standard Symfony Framework app
  • Limited adoption
  • Public REST APIs not a priority
Product detailsGrav Fork CMS

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