Piranha CMS

Open source

Piranha CMS is a lightweight & unobtrusive CMS for ASP.NET Core. It can be used to add content functionality to your existing application or to build a new one from scratch.

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Financial contributions

Custom contribution

Donation

Make a custom one time or recurring contribution to support this collective.
+ 7

8 individuals and 3 organizations have contributed

Recurring contribution

backer

Become a backer for $5.00 per month and help us sustain our activities!

Starts at

$5 USD / month

+ 2

5 individuals and 1 organization have contributed

Recurring contribution

sponsor

Become a sponsor for $100.00 per month and help us sustain our activities!

Starts at

$100 USD / month

2 organizations have contributed

Top financial contributors

Individuals

1

MONTICKET.RE Laur...

$80 USD since Jul 2019

2

Aleksander Pawlak

$35 USD since Apr 2019

3

Markus S

$25 USD since Mar 2019

4

Quách Nguyên

$25 USD since Jun 2019

5

Rogério Carvalho

$20 USD since Jul 2019

6

Jacob Stamm

$15 USD since Jun 2019

7

Martin Spasiuk

$10 USD since Aug 2019

8

i_love_code

$10 USD since Sep 2019

Organizations

1

byBrick Interface

$600 USD since May 2019

2

Gyre Technologies...

$300 USD since Aug 2019

3

CryptoNewsZ

$35 USD since Apr 2019

Budget

See how money openly circulates through Piranha CMS. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Monthly donation to Piranha CMS (backer)

Aleksander Pawlak | 10/1/2019 | View Details 
+$5.00USD

Monthly donation to Piranha CMS

MONTICKET.RE Laurent Fontaine | 10/1/2019 | View Details 
+$20.00USD

Monthly donation to Piranha CMS (backer)

i_love_code | 10/1/2019 | View Details 
+$5.00USD

Today’s balance

$533.99 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $2,569.24 USD

Piranha CMS is all of us

Our contributors 13

Everyone who has supported Piranha CMS. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Håkan Edling
Collective Admin
Filip Jansson
Collective Admin
byBrick Inter...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$600 USD

Gyre Technolo...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$300 USD

Let's keep this going!!

MONTICKET.RE ...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$80 USD

It's a very good job. I'm very happy to use this C# .net CMS ! Congratulations

Aleksander Pa...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$35 USD

I'm using your CMS to build my small IT company website. Hope to see you develop it even further :-)

CryptoNewsZ
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$35 USD

Markus S
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$25 USD

I hope this small monthly contribution helps the hard working developers behind this project. It is a great cms!

Quách Nguyên
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$25 USD

Well deserve guys, I love this CMS and also love the way they are sharing to the world, good contribute, keep sharing Cheers

Rogério Carvalho
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$20 USD

I've never had so much fun working with a cms platform. I tried several and none offered me what piranha cms offers. It's been an addiction!

Jacob Stamm
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$15 USD

Thanks for making this awesome CMS! I haven't been able to make the time to contribute to the code, so I'll contribute in this small way.

Martin Spasiuk
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$10 USD

About

Piranha CMS is a lightweight, cross-platform CMS library for NetStandard 2.0, .NET Core & Entity Framework Core. It can be used to add CMS functionality to your existing application or to build a new website from scratch. It has an extensible & pluggable architecture that can support a wide variety of runtime scenarios.

Getting Started

The easiest way to get started is to install the project templates from NuGet.

dotnet new -i Piranha.Templates

After that is done, just create a new project and get going.

dotnet new piranha.blog
dotnet restore
dotnet run