Publify alternatives and similar software solutions
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9.9 9.9 Publify VS Strapi🚀 Open source Node.js Headless CMS to easily build customisable APIs
9.8 10.0 L3 Publify VS MagentoAll Submissions you make to Magento Inc. ("Magento") through GitHub are subject to the following terms and conditions: (1) You grant Magento a perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive, no charge, royalty free, irrevocable license under your applicable copyrights and patents to reproduce, prepare derivative works of, display, publically perform, sublicense and distribute any feedback, ideas, code, or other information (“Submission") you submit through GitHub. (2) Your Submission is an original work of authorship and you are the owner or are legally entitled to grant the license stated above. (3) You agree to the Contributor License Agreement found here: https://github.com/magento/magento2/blob/master/CONTRIBUTOR_LICENSE_AGREEMENT.html
9.7 9.9 L5 Publify VS SaleorA modular, high performance, headless e-commerce platform built with Python, GraphQL, Django, and React.
9.7 9.9 L4 Publify VS Spree CommerceOpen Source multi-language/multi-currency/multi-store E-commerce platform for Ruby on Rails with a modern UX, PWA frontend, REST API, GraphQL, several official extensions, and 3rd party integrations.
9.5 9.7 L3 Publify VS GravModern, Crazy Fast, Ridiculously Easy and Amazingly Powerful Flat-File CMS
9.5 6.5 Publify VS Reaction CommerceReaction is an API-first, headless commerce platform built using Node.js, React, GraphQL. Deployed via Docker and Kubernetes.
9.5 9.7 L1 Publify VS OpenCartA free shopping cart system. OpenCart is an open source PHP-based online e-commerce solution.
9.4 10.0 L2 Publify VS PrestaShopPrestaShop is an Open Source e-commerce platform, committed to providing the best shopping cart experience for both merchants and customers.
9.3 10.0 L4 Publify VS DirectusOpen-Source Data Platform 🐰 — Directus wraps any SQL database with a real-time GraphQL+REST API and an intuitive app for non-technical users.
8.8 9.8 L2 Publify VS UmbracoThe simple, flexible and friendly ASP.NET CMS used by more than 500.000 websites
8.7 9.7 L3 Publify VS DrupalVerbatim mirror of the git.drupal.org repository for Drupal core. Please see the https://github.com/drupal/drupal#contributing. PRs are not accepted on GitHub.
8.5 9.9 Publify VS BagistoA Free and Opensource Laravel eCommerce framework built for all to build and scale your business.
8.5 1.7 L5 Publify VS Refinery CMSAn extendable Ruby on Rails CMS that supports Rails 6.0+
8.5 7.4 Publify VS CockpitAdd content management functionality to any site - plug & play / headless / api-first CMS
8.5 9.6 Publify VS Open Source POSOpen Source Point of Sale is a web based point of sale application written in PHP using CodeIgniter framework. It uses MySQL as the data back end and has a Bootstrap 3 based user interface.
8.4 5.6 L3 Publify VS BoltBolt is a simple CMS written in PHP. It is based on Silex and Symfony components, uses Twig and either SQLite, MySQL or PostgreSQL.
8.2 6.3 L3 Publify VS AttendizeAttendize is an open-source ticket selling and event management platform built on Laravel.
8.2 9.9 L4 Publify VS KeystoneJSThe most powerful headless CMS for Node.js — built with GraphQL and React
8.2 3.9 L3 Publify VS OrchardOrchard is a free, open source, community-focused Content Management System built on the ASP.NET MVC platform.
8.1 9.3 Publify VS SharetribeSharetribe Go is a source available marketplace software, also available as a hosted, no-code SaaS product. For a headless, API-first marketplace solution, check out Sharetribe Flex: https://www.sharetribe.com/flex.
8.0 8.6 L5 Publify VS Apostrophe 2Apostrophe is a full-featured, open-source CMS built with Node.js that empowers organizations by combining in-context editing and headless architecture in a full-stack JS environment.
8.0 9.9 L3 Publify VS PimcoreOpen Source Data & Experience Management Platform (PIM, MDM, CDP, DAM, DXP/CMS & Digital Commerce)
7.4 8.8 L3 Publify VS Shopware Community EditionShopware 5 Repository - For Shopware 6 visit https://github.com/shopware/platform
7.1 8.7 Publify VS WriteFreelyA clean, Markdown-based publishing platform made for writers. Write together, and build a community.
6.8 0.0 L4 Publify VS PencilBlueBusiness class content management for Node.js (plugins, server cluster management, data-driven pages)
6.7 9.9 L2 Publify VS TYPO3The TYPO3 Core - Enterprise Content Management System. Synchronized read-only mirror of http://git.typo3.org/Packages/TYPO3.CMS.git
6.5 10.0 L4 Publify VS Open Food NetworkConnect suppliers, distributors and consumers to trade local produce. We're recruiting paid contributors, link below.
6.2 0.0 L2 Publify VS OsclassWith Osclass, get your own classifieds site for free. Build your own Osclass installation and start advertising real estate, jobs or whatever you want- in minutes!
6.0 7.1 L4 Publify VS TheliaThelia is an open source tool for creating e-business websites and managing online content. Repo containing the new major version (v2)
5.7 3.2 Publify VS ProcessWireProcessWire 3.x is a friendly and powerful open source CMS with a strong API.
5.4 0.0 L3 Publify VS ImpressPages CMSImpressPages is php framework with admin panel. Build functional website in one hour.
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The Ruby on Rails publishing software formerly known as Typo
Publify is a simple but full featured web publishing software. It's built around a blogging engine and a small message system connected to Twitter.
Publify follows the principles of the IndieWeb, which are self hosting your Web site, and Publish On your Own Site, Syndicate Everywhere.
Publify has been around since 2004 and is the oldest Ruby on Rails open source project alive.
- A classic multi user blogging engine
- Short messages with a Twitter connection
- Text filters (Markdown, Textile, SmartyPants, @mention to link, #hashtag to link)
- A widgets system and a plugin API
- Custom themes
- Advanced SEO capabilities
- Multilingual : Publify is (more or less) translated in English, French, German, Danish, Norwegian, Japanese, Hebrew, Simplified Chinese, Mexican Spanish, Italian, Lithuanian, Dutch, Polish, Romanian…
You can give Publify a try
The login / password to the admin are:
- Administrator: admin / admin123
- Publisher: demo / demo1234
The demo is reset every hour.
You can download the latest Publify stable release.
If you want to run the master branch, you can clone the Publify repository. However, random things may be broken there at any time, so tread carefully!
Running the master branch in production is not recommended!
Install Publify locally
To install Publify you need the following:
- CRuby (MRI) 2.3, 2.4 or 2.5
- Ruby on Rails 5.2.x
- A database engine, MySQL, PgSQL or SQLite3
- ImageMagick (used by
- Unzip Publify archive
- Rename database.yml.yourEngine as database.yml
- Edit database.yml to add your database name, login and password.
$ bundle install $ rake db:setup $ rake db:migrate $ rake db:seed $ rake assets:precompile $ rails server
You can now launch you browser and access 127.0.0.1:3000.
Install Publify on a server
You can use your preferred installation method (e.g., Capistrano) to install
Publify on a server. You will also need to set up the environment so it
contains at least
SECRET_KEY_BASE. Your web server may allow you to set this,
or you can consider using a tool like
Install Publify on Heroku
In order to install Publify on Heroku, you’ll need to do some minor tweaks.
First of all, you need to set up Amazon S3 storage to be able to upload files on your blog. Set Heroku config vars.
heroku config:set PROVIDER=AWS heroku config:set AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=<your_aws_access_key_id> heroku config:set AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=<your_aws_secret_access_key> heroku config:set AWS_BUCKET=<your_aws_bucket_name>
Next, you need to update
Gemfile. You should remove the
sqlite3 gems, set the Ruby version, and add
rails_12factor. The top of your
Gemfile should look something like this:
source 'https://rubygems.org' ruby '2.4.3' # Or whichever version you're running gem 'pg' gem 'rails_12factor' gem 'rails', '~> 5.2.0'
Next, to regenerate the Gemfile.lock, run:
Commit your updated
git commit -am 'Update bundle for Heroku'
Create a file
Procfile containing the following:
web: bundle exec puma -C config/puma.rb
Commit your new
git add Procfile git ci -m 'Tell Heroku how to run Rails'
You also need to set Rails' secret key base. Generate one using
then set the Heroku config var:
heroku config:set SECRET_KEY_BASE=<your_generated_secret>
Push the repository to Heroku.
When deploying for the first time, Heroku will automatically add a Database plugin to your instance and links it to the application. After the first deployment, don't forget to run the database migration and seed.
heroku run rake db:migrate db:seed
If application error has occurred after migration, you need to restart Heroku server.
- Sidebar Plugins
- In page Plugins
- Report a bug
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Publify on Twitter
- IRC: #publify on irc.freenode.net
Frédéric de Villamil blog: http://t37.net
Matijs van Zuijlen blog: http://www.matijs.net/blog/
Thomas Lecavelier blog: http://blog.ookook.fr/
Yannick François blog: http://elsif.fr
Previous Maintainers & Notable Contributors
Cyril Mougel blog: http://blog.shingara.fr
Davide D'Agostino blog: http://www.lipsiasoft.com
Piers Cawley blog: http://www.bofh.org.uk/
Kevin Ballard blog: kevin.sb.org
Original Author: Tobias Luetke blog: http://blog.leetsoft.com/
Enjoy, The Publify team