Wer nutzt diese Software?
Für Teams oder Einzelpersonen, die komplizierte Websites erstellen.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung23 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.8 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.8 / 5
- Kundenservice 4.2 / 5
- Funktionen 4.5 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.9 / 5
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
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- Gegründet 2002
Das Open-Source-CMS für den mobilen Einsatz wurde entwickelt, damit dein Unternehmen eine Website ohne Codierung erstellen kann.
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Die hilfreichsten Reviews für concrete5
Bewertet am 13.8.2019
Solid Development Platform
Kommentare: Overall, this is the best open source site development solution I've used. The learning curve is a bit steep in terms of creating a fully functional enterprise-level site, but a casual user can get a small, good looking and flexible site up and running in a few hours.
Vorteile: Very easy to maintain and manage with decent flexibility. It also makes use of very reasonably priced add ons through a user marketplace.
Nachteile: Upgrading versions in recent years has become a somewhat harrowing experience. I'd actually suggest not upgrading until you have a compelling reason; say, for instance, you want the functionality of a new add on or theme or the installed add ons stop working correctly.
Bewertet am 9.8.2019
Great for end-users and developers
Kommentare: Love it as a developer and I love providing Concrete5 powered websites to my clients. Doesn't get too much more ideal than that!
Vorteile: I love to provide Concrete5 powered websites to my clients for many reasons. In particular though, the in-context page editing abilities of Concrete5, easy-to-use dashboard, customizable theme styles and extensibility through the Concrete5 marketplace make it a tool that suits a WIDE range of needs.
Nachteile: My only dislike with Concrete5 is the lack of native e-commerce functionality built into the CMS. If Concrete5 and/or the C5 community were able to develop some simple e-commerce functionality (much like woocommerce) I think C5 could re-gain some market share from other CMS tools in the industry today.
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von concrete5 an 13.8.2019
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Bewertet am 22.9.2019
Flexible, Customizable, Edit Anywhere Web Sites
Kommentare: We needed to upgrade a very old website and do it in stages, when we had time. We needed the website to work on mobile devices as well as computer browsers. Finally, we are a professional firm, so we needed a website that looked professional and not canned or weak. Concrete5 provided us with a solution that worked on cross platforms and provided templates that look professional from the start. We have also been able to develop the site in stages. While we are not completed, we are much closer, much faster than other tools would have provided us. Page styles give us some structure on different sections and multiple users also allow faster setup and maintenance. I will use this on other websites I manage.
Vorteile: Concrete5 is very customizable regardless of the template used, and many templates exist that let you hit the ground running. Most of the editing capabilities work on iOS, so you can perform most edits and design work on an iPad and mobile. The interface is clean and the version control allows some experimenting. I have used blog software and computer based software, but this allows the best of all worlds so far.
Nachteile: The learning curve to purchase a template and add controls to a web site took a little bit to figure out, but this is done very infrequently. Using a templated page, it also took some time to figure out some heading columns and other columns were fixed and not movable, but so many other areas are customizable, workarounds were fine.
Bewertet am 1.8.2019
concrete5 - The Best of Breed CMS
Kommentare: For me as a developer, concrete5 is a great base to build almost any project on. The extremely powerful attribute system lets you add custom categories so you can reuse tried and tested code for free. You can even add your own custom attribute types which can pull from other data sources. The built in user management system, complete with support for Oauth is one less thing you have to code.
Vorteile: As a user, I love the in page editing features of concrete5. You simply click the edit button, click the content you want to edit, type in the content, save, publish and you're done. No messing about with the dark recesses of a hidden control panel. All that you need is right there in the page.
Nachteile: As a developer, the documentation is sometimes quite a way behind the product itself or doesn't actually exist at all. This can be frustrating because the underlying architecture of concrete5 is built on the best of breed open source components, and to do things correctly without modifying the core can take time to figure out. It's usually pretty simple once you've figured it out though.
Bewertet am 16.3.2019
Hands down best cms / framework
Kommentare: Even for complexly applications it's usually my preferable platform even over frameworks as it provides the functionality of a framework yet still provides additional functional that is almost always useful regardless of your use case.
Vorteile: The system is architected using modern object oriented php. It's very easy for front end devs to create websites from mocks that are intuitive to edit for end users using the cms. It provides a foundation similar to a traditional framework for more complex applications with enterprise level permissions and features out of the box. Extending the cms uses an intuitive pattern allowing changes to persist thru updates to the software. It promotes professional programming design concepts and favors traditional programming design patterns over strict convention. The editing experience from a end users standpoint beats drupal, wordpress and joomla hands down. The security track record is impeccable as well contrasted to other cms systems.
Nachteile: Off the shelf plugins are limited but the plugins that are available are properly vetted and less likely to be insecure than wordpress. Developer docs are lacking but if you have a good understanding of php it's easy to follow the code as it follows industry conventions and concepts and theming is a breeze.