What is SilverStripe?
Super flexible & extensible
SilverStripe fits the outcomes you want, and doesn't force your business outcomes into an out-of-the-box solution. Customise to your needs!
Easy to use
You can be the CMS expert in no time! Get started quickly and deliver your content to your users fast.
Robust & secure
Don’t stay awake at night worrying! SilverStripe is solid as a rock, with enterprise-level security and support, so you can rest easy!
Collaboration from our global army of community members and commercially supported by SilverStripe Ltd.
Designed for digital teams
Easy to learn
SilverStripe framework is created from the ground up to be easy to pick up and custom.
Optimised to produce highly reusable code
SilverStripe promotes coding structure that is easy to read and maintain.
Powerful frontend template engine
Our templating engine is designed with frontend in mind. This makes creating digital experiences easy and fast.
Faster to market
Launch campaign pages straight from the CMS without the time-consuming development process.
Easy to test and refine
Empower you to quickly test and refine campaigns as you go.
Own the content and respond quickly to customers' feedback.
Clear and easy to use
SilverStripe is designed to be simple to learn and easy to use.
Grow with your needs
Whether updating a page or publishing multiple pages on a large scale site.
Give access to edit only specific areas of your site.
Secure and scalable
Architected to safeguard your data from malicious activity or data-loss, even while scaling up complex sites.
Supported at an enterprise-level
Behind the collaborative contributions of our open source community, SilverStripe products are backed by SilverStripe Ltd.
Robust and cost effective
SilverStripe products are built with reliability in mind. They are updated regularly and structured to be extendable.
Freelancers & web companies on hand
Showcased SilverStripe sites
When the Christchurch SilverStripe community came together earlier this month, developers spoke about setting up an OS X local environment, getting a site in order before its SilverStripe 4 upgrade, and using Docker.read
There’s a lot of excellent discussion about continuous integration and how useful it is in modern web development. In this post, E2 Digital’s Tim Oliver explains how to get started with GitLab CI.read