SilverStripe praised by major European magazine

Posted by Sigurd on 21 January 2009

SilverStripe has received a very positive review and a four page tutorial in one of Europe's major computer magazines. c't Magazine is a hardware and software magazine with a circulation of 367,000. It's written in German and has the highest subscription base of any technology magazine in Europe.

The article mentioned SilverStripe's involvement with the U.S. Democratic Convention, provided a walkthrough of setting up a simple site, mentioned our upcoming book, and had some lovely things to say about SilverStripe:

Screenshot from CT Magazine

SilverStripe enables Webmasters to comfortably install and run the system 'out of the box'. Thanks to the underlying objectoriented framework, customizations and extensions can be developed quickly.

SilverStripe enables quick development of simple websites. In case the website grows into an application one day, You don't have to switch to a different framework: SilverStripe delivers everything you need to build more complex websites as well.

You can buy the article online (in German) from the January 2009 issue for about half a euro.


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  • I have also found silverstripe by this article. Its a great CMS System: easy and very powerful with a clean MVC backend. A few days ago I have finished my first project based on silverstripe.

    Thanks for this great work!

    Posted by Tobi, 5 years ago

  • This great article brought my attention to SilverStripe. It showed me how easy it could be to extend a CMS using OO programming and MVC.

    I've previously evaluated Drupal for our company website, but implementing modules for Drupal is like going back in time 15 years and start again C-style programming. Extending SilverStripe on the other hand is "similar" to Java programming, which I do every day.

    I'm looking forward to migrate our company website to SilverStripe in the next months. Currently the missing support for nested URLs and the disallowed '.html' in URLs blocks me a little bit. Anyway we'll try the nestedurls branch...

    Posted by Karl, 6 years ago

  • Have been using a lot of different CMS software including Joomla, Drupal, DotNetNuke , Expression Engine and Silverstripe. Silverstripe definitely deserves more recognition that it's currently getting.

    Posted by Staysure, 6 years ago

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