Yii 2.0: parus-cmf

Parus is a simple, multilingual and modular CMF

Parus CMF.

Parus is a simple, multilingual and modular CMF. The UI theme having a logical, simple and clean interface design. And are based on Bootstrap, which is fully responsive. Browse the site on any device!

Parus uses a modular approach. Each part is a separate module, all modules are loosely coupled.

Also runs perfectly on php7.

Get up and running in less than 5 minutes!

Updates 10.11.16

  1. Updated Front end demo
  2. Added API.

Updates 15.11.16

Added API Documentation

Total 4 comments

#19975 report it
Rom at 2016/11/11 04:38am
Hi, iYii

Sorry for the late reply. I really don't understand what you are trying do with this. New version has api maybe it helps. Or check yii2 documentation, you can configure multiple DB instances Creating DB Connections

#19973 report it
iYii at 2016/11/05 10:44am
Module using different database instance

Is it possible to configure module to use another DB instance? For example, instead of Yii::$app->db , to use Yii::$app->parus_db

#19965 report it
Rom at 2016/10/23 07:22am
Hi juankamilo, I'm glad you like it

Cms can use without programming knowledge. Parus provides technical tools for building frontend and it depends entirely on you. In the parus-basic-app is only an small example of how to work with tools (Read Repositories, Presenters, Services ...) for building frontend (in the future will bring more examples).

Also you can create and integrate your own modules using Parus UI and widgets (like status action, action column, toolbar, sidebar, tabs, bootstrap less ...) no need to spend time on design, Services (RBAC, Image Manager - for resize, save and delete images, Presenters, Repositories, Soft delete), Components like SettingsComponent with it you can manage site config for your needs (add, update or delete settings). Each module has config with is fully configurable.

It's for programmers who don't want to waste time on this little things but concentrate on the main tasks.

There is no documentation yet but I'm working on it.

#19964 report it
juankamilo at 2016/10/23 12:19am
looks amazing

I'm working in my cms, i look this and wants pulling the hairs of my head, really nice job

Stupid question, why CMF instead CMS?

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