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29 September 2007 at 11:14am
SilverStripe uses MySQL to store most of its data yes, although one of our Summer of Code guys is working on Postgres and MS SQL server, via the PDO database abstraction layer.
Have you gone through the four tutorials? You'll notice SilverStripe has more of an emphasis on being a coding framework (like ruby on rails) than Joomla, although it obviously has a the idea of a pre-built CMS system, with modules, themes, widgets.
31 May 2008 at 7:01am
Hi, I just signed on and would love to know whether you found an answer to this search. Please let me know what you found out.
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