Programming language: JavaScript
License: MIT License
Tags: Content Management Systems (CMS)    
Latest version: v0.10.0

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Cockpit Next


  • PHP >= 7.3
  • PDO + SQLite (or MongoDB)
  • GD extension
  • mod_rewrite, mod_versions enabled (on apache)

make also sure that $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] exists and is set correctly.


  1. Download Cockpit and put the cockpit folder in the root of your web project
  2. Make sure that the /cockpit/storage folder and all its subfolders are writable
  3. Go to /cockpit/install via Browser
  4. You're ready to use Cockpit :-)

Build (Only if you modify JS components)

You need nodejs installed on your system.

First run npm install to install development dependencies

  1. Run npm run build - For one-time build of styles and components
  2. Run npm run watch - For continuous build every time styles or components change

Dockerized Development

You need docker installed on your system: https://www.docker.com.

  1. Run npm run docker-init to build the initial image.
  2. Run npm run docker to start an Apache environment suited for Cockpit on port 8080 (this folder mapped to /var/www/html).

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Copyright and license

Copyright since 2015 Agentejo under the MIT license.

See [LICENSE](LICENSE) for more information.

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