A powerful new editor, multi-language support, custom homepages, dynamic routes, custom structures and much more. Ghost 2.0 is an upgrade which is focused on power and flexibility.
N/A - AVOIDCons:
Deleted posts, didn't admit it, 8 emails later admitted an upgrade deleted them
They charge a lot for hosting, platform is restrictive (can't do pop-ups) or other features for conversion), worst is there customer service. What kind of blog site calls their customer a liar deletes there posts then I had to show them the posts still had google indexed... then finally they admitted it. They wont turn off our auto renew until we find the last four digits of the original
credit card despite a letter from our CEO. When they did retrieve the posts they were only willing to send them in incomplete Json filesHilary Watson has used this product for one year.
Configurable, Mature, Good Performance, Good UICons:
API is lacking - creation and update of posts not finalized
It's easy to use and maintain. The administration features are good. There's plenty of themes. It's easy to use overall. Also, since it's running on nodejs, performance is better than most CMS platforms. If it weren't for the lack of creation and update actions in the API, this would be the best CMS. (Yes, they exist, but they are private, not documentated and can change any second.) Unfortunately for some people like me who heavily rely on APIs for making posts, I have to stay with Wordpress for now especially since it has API clients that do everything we want.Brian Lee has used this product for one month.