9 comments

  • Chase GiuntaChase Giunta, almost 5 years ago

    Craft. Is. The. Bomb.

    That is all.

    5 points
  • Brandon KellyBrandon Kelly, almost 5 years ago

    Thanks for writing that, Eugene! We’ve added a link to this article in the “Additional Resources” section of our Craft installation docs: http://buildwithcraft.com/docs/installing#additional-resources

    3 points
    • Eugene Fedorenko, almost 5 years ago

      Thanks Brandon! After moving our company's website to Craft I am hooked. Now I am migrating public sites of all our products to it and can't wait to get rid of all the random blog engines and tools we use.

      2 points
    • Mitchell Knight, almost 5 years ago

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      1 point
      • Spencer HaizelSpencer Haizel, almost 5 years ago

        I second this same notion. Why are people so against Wordpress?

        0 points
        • Rasmus ErikssonRasmus Eriksson, almost 5 years ago

          Some people are. Millions aren't.

          I'm not a fan because, in my opinion, the code hasn't aged well. However, I still use it because it's the best at what it does currently available. Not all clients are prepared to spend dough on licensing fees and feature development that could've been avoided by using a plugin. (As much as I would love that!)

          1 point
      • Brandon KellyBrandon Kelly, almost 5 years ago

        Good question!

        Firstly I should say that we don’t expect Craft to be a “WordPress killer” or anything like that. WordPress is a perfectly fine tool for many projects. If you’re happy with it and your clients are happy with it – great! There are plenty of shops that use both.

        Craft takes a very different approach to content management and website/app development than WP. It’s built for teams that like to have complete control over how their content is modeled, what the authors are allowed to enter, and how the content is output on the front end. Craft gives you a blank slate; we don’t make any assumptions about your content or your website, and let you build it out exactly how you’d like.

        We also put a lot of time and energy into giving Craft a beautiful, easy-to-use control panel, so at the end of the day, you get to hand off a CMS to your client that they’ll actually enjoy using:

        I'm a developer with a heart for the editors need for a nice and productive environment, for a safe and quick platform to work on. I've done this for 10 years, i've delivered projects on top of CMSes of all colors and sizes, and I've never-ever come closer to feeling this much developer bliss. It's just an awesome tool for everyone included. I just got out of a client meeting where the "walkthrough/learning the publishing flow" part took 5 minutes.

        If you want to find out more about how Craft differs from WP, here’s a couple other places where it’s been talked about:

        I also recommend you walk through our Features section. It’s full of quick 1-minute videos that introduce various aspects of the CMS that we get excited about.

        5 points
  • Johannes Lamers, almost 5 years ago

    Looking for a CMS? Try Craft!!! You won't regret it.

    2 points
  • Roman HorokhovatskyyRoman Horokhovatskyy, almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

    Unfortunately I has recently a nightmare with DeployBot service… DigitalOcean even refuses to support me because “theoretically” it was a DeployBot issue…

    P.S. Craft’s Matrix Fields is awesome!

    0 points