Beside Symfony there is Laravel Framework , I will not go into deep difference between this frameworks as it really is just taste of what your team likes more (active record vs datamapper, facade/helpers vs dependency injection, blade vs twig, ...), as already mention above this kind of CMS make sense if Website is just one part of your application and you have to build more then just a simple digital business... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
How comfortable are you with learning PHP? WordPress is the obvious choice due to it's popularity (but with it moving towards a full-site editing experience it isn't as fun to work with anymore IMO but that's just me). You could also look into things like Statamic or October CMS which are supposed to be very nice to work with as I believe they're both Laravel based. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
As u/frontendben said, you can use Statamic CMS, it is a decent solution, and there are a number of others like October CMS, Asgard CMS (a bit old, but quite solid), LavaLite, Pyro etc. Craft CMS (based on Yii) could also be a possibility. Here is a list of someone's opinions on 5 popular Laravel-based CMSs. - Source: Reddit / 10 months ago
I've used OctoberCMS for a smaller project, and this looks similar on first glance. (Might just be the Lavarel underpinnings.) What I really like about October is the ability to quickly spin up small CRUD database functionality (index + detail pages and simple backend updates for "custom" objects like staff members, white papers, etc.) using their Builder plugin. Any idea if Statamic offers something similar... - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
Https://octobercms.com/ is the most popular CMS for Laravel I think. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
I've tried voyager before and kinda not liking it, many people suggest https://octobercms.com/ btw. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
WordPress elicits strong opinions among developers. Whatever your thoughts about WordPress, it remains the leading website builder among the myriad site builders available. Uniquely (I think) it is the only self-hosting option which is relatively simple for non-technical users to install via one-click installers (available via hundreds of hosting companies). What are the alternative website builders... - Source: Hacker News / almost 2 years ago
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