Open-source CMS, available at https://github.com/jjYBdx4IL/misc/tree/master/cms-webapp
- Google Oauth2 authentication for user/admin login, no need to create a site-local admin account or force your users to create user accounts. Simply use an existing Google account for login and profit from Google’s extensive account security measures.
- client-side html generation (editor) using markdown, with live preview of html markup (using showdown)
- server-side html sanitization using OWASP HTML sanitizer
- progressive page loading
- asset-loading on demand (scrolling into viewport)
- media file upload
- semantic web through tags
- RSS feeds, global and on a tag basis
- integrated full-text search
- no-archive headers to prevent random internet bots to make their independent copies of your site
- running on a full JavaEE 7 stack, implemented by WildFly 11, on a 512 MB VM that costs 2 EUROs per month.
- everything (incl. configuration and media files/images!, except ssl keys/certs) is kept in one simple database file (atm H2).
- embedded SQL frontend (H2’s one), allows you to create snapshot backups by issuing the sql command
backup to 'backup.zip'. Also allows for adjusting configuration settings in case something is broken since configuration is kept inside the database.
- does not use any templating system at all. Instead we are using strongly typed, minified HTML generation provided by j2html.
- css grid (Simple Grid), makes the layout automatically adapt to different screen sizes (ie readability on mobile phones)
- Icons are loaded as a font and not individually (https://material.io/icons/)
- built on JAX-RS (RESTful) technology
- automated testing against the RESTful API
- embedding of https://www.youtube.com videos and pictures (dynamic loading when user scrolls them into his browser view), easily extensible to more
- export/import to/from XML (excluding media files)
- site map for submission to search engines
- database snapshot creation/download including all data (except SSL cert/key)
- Twitter share button
- CLI export function to dump/export articles into markdown files with frontmatter.
Contact me if you require assistance.