Saturday, February 19, 2022

Re: CMS 'power' getting started


Mentioned before, coming at this from a 'power' user standpoint, with dotnet C++ dev background across platforms, some exposure to Python, familiar with what django is, and competitors i.e. OrchardCore/CMS.

Interested in being CMS productive and eventually also potentially adding tenants/apps to the overall solution.

From the 'power' getting started, what else do I need to know?

* Docker might be a possibility eventually, but not to start.
* Aiming for a postgres backed environment
* Have various Python3 versions installed, the latest is 3.10.2, I think, just now

Also looking for guidance re: project structures, directory layout, editors perhaps, or is a VS Code sufficient, possibly Eclipse, I don't know, that sort of thing.

From OrchardCore/CMS, somewhat familiar with what/how to treat as 'source', from the code behind it all, to the content database(s) themselves, etc, and in potentially multi-author scenarios, with dev/staging/prod phase lines.

Let me know if that makes sense or I can clarify anything getting started.


Michael W. Powell

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