ProcessWire Content Management Site
The ProcessWire content management system was built with a very powerful PHP programming interface that takes its inspiration from JQuery and features a modular plugin architecture.
With hundreds of free and commercial modules to choose from to extend and customize ProcessWire, modern drag-and-drop image storage, and ability to support thousands of pages, ProcessWire is worth a look.
Your team will love the WYSIWYG editor, which arguably is top of its class for ease and intuitiveness.
The CMS is based on a system that the authors designed and developed over more than a decade of building CMSs.
ProcessWire 3.x and 2.x are very similar in look and function to Dictator CMS (2003) and ProcessWire 1.0 (2007), both of which are still in use on many sites today.
Despite intentions to do so, neither product was ever released open source, except for the projects the authors used them with.
ProcessWire 2.0 is the first open source version, and it is architecturally stronger than the CMSs that preceded it.
ProcessWire 3.x/2.x has an improved (though similar) CMS API and better module system.
Version 2.0 was the first version designed for open source and as a result more effort went towards the underlying system and API.
Underneath, ProcessWire 3.x/2.x is a purely API-driven content management framework that is fully functional without any sort of admin interface.
Whereas ProcessWire 1 is a more traditional CMS with an API bolted on, driven around an admin interface.
When it comes to that admin interface, both are very similar in look and function, as ProcessWire 2 carries through most of the look and feel of ProcessWire 1.
The difference is that ProcessWire 3.x/2.x (as a CMS) is an application built on top of the ProcessWire content framework.
Write to us and ask for your credentials to the admin interface of a ProcessWire Demo Environment.
Your credentials will be valid for 1 day after which the Demo Environment will reset itself.
- jQuery-styled API with comprehensive documentation
- Graphical web-based installer
- All fields are custom fields, indexed for find operations in the API
- Can be bootstrapped from other PHP applications or command-line scripts
- Interactive and API-based image manipulation functions
- Drag-and-drop tree-based page list
- Drag-and-drop file and image uploads and editing functions
- Support for larger scale (100k+ page) installations
- Use of string-based selectors for API calls
- Role-based access control system
- Core development emphasis on security
- Markup agnostic output, leaving all output to the developer
- Template files are PHP-based, with no template engine used by default
- Output caching of entire pages or individual parts
- Multi-language support with multi-language text fields and URLs
- Modular plugin architecture and available 3rd party modules
- Field and input types are themselves plugin modules
- Hook system enabling most core functions to be hooked and altered
- Fields and groups of fields are repeatable using built-in Repeater field types
- Support for rich text editing using CKEditor
Your Virtual Machine Specs
Your ProcessWire Server will be running on an isolated and secure Virtual Machine with the following configuration 1 :
- CPU: 1 vCPU on 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-7260U Physical Processor(s)
- Base Frequency: 2.20 GHz
- Max Turbo Frequency: 3.40 GHz
- Memory: 1024 MB on 32 GB DDR4-2133 Physical Memory Chip(s)
- DDR4-2133 1.2V SO-DIMM
- Max Memory Bandwidth: 34.1 GB/s
- Disk Size: 16.06 GB on 1TB M.2. SSD Physical Storage Chip(s)
- M.2 Solid-State Drive (SSD)
- Sequential Read: 530 MB/s
- Sequential Write: 510 MB/s
- Random Read IOPS: 92 K
- Random Write IOPS: 83 K
Note 1 : Virtual Machine Resources are already optimized for performance. Under extreme usage or circumstances, more resources can be easily acquired via our Add-ons section.