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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It's a very good job. I'm very happy to use this C# .net CMS ! Congratulations
I'm using your CMS to build my small IT company website. Hope to see you develop it even further :-)
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.
I hope this small monthly contribution helps the hard working developers behind this project. It is a great cms!
Well deserve guys, I love this CMS and also love the way they are sharing to the world, good contribute, keep sharing Cheers
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!
Piranha CMS is a lightweight, cross-platform CMS library for
.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.
The easiest way to get started is to install the project templates from
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