Sphido CMS

A rocket fast flat-file CMS written in PHP.

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Arlo Gilbert@arlogilbert · Founder & Angel
Maybe this is a silly question, but if you're going to use HTML, why not just skip using a parser at all and use the native serving of Nginx or Apache? Wouldn't that be even faster?
Roman OžanaMaker@ozzyczech · Developer
@arlogilbert yes, you have right when you use full HTML, but if you use partial HTML http://sphido.org/example/html/p... you will need some template and some processor
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@ozzyczech what about server side includes?
Yiğit Konur@yigitkonur · Founder @zeoagency
Congratz! I'm really impressed how fast Sphido is. I think that it was one of the targets you wanna achieve when you start to project. Who are your competitors in fast CMS market? Any alternative CMS to Sphido you can recommend & works in Python/Ruby or NodeJS?
Roman OžanaMaker@ozzyczech · Developer
@yigitkonur Thanks! I am a little bit obsessed with speed :-) Expect increase of speed on PHP 7. Main key is in profiling of the code - feel the difference Wordpress vs Sphido https://files.producthunt.com/12...
Bogomil Shopov -BogoHunter@bogomep · Products. Experiences. Data. Privacy.
An interesting concept for a CMS. Supports Markdown, HTML, PHTML and Latte. And I think that rocks :) Super fast: Reaches speeds around 30 milliseconds per request Oh, and it's opensource - feel free to fork it on github and make it better :) Cheers!
Chema@deambulando · Founder @yclascom @openclassifieds
Looks good congrats! But what is the main advantage over http://jekyllrb.com/ besides is written in PHP so work on almost any hosting? the compatibility of files?