Welcome to pcms the Programmer’s Content management System
CMS systems are great. They allow the user to produce content without caring about the underlying technology or frameworks. But as for all frameworks, they have their limits.
I was at some point always limited by CMS systems, and I don’t want a CMS that is in my way of doing things.
For me, a CMS is too restrictive. I don’t fear writing HTML and program code. I am a developer, at last, so I feel more comfortable writing code in an editor than clicking in a UI.
This is the idea behind pcms, the Programmer’s CMS: A clutter-free, code-centric, simple CMS to deliver (simple) web sites. For people who love to code, and just want to produce content as they want, not fiddling with or around the CMS.
This is the documentation of pcms. Be aware that you need to know the following architectures / concepts in order to use both pcms and this documentation:
- You love (reading and writing) code.
- You have a natural aversion of UIs.
- You know HTML, CSS and know how to use them
- You have heard of Markdown
- You don’t say “Bless you!” if you hear someone saying “JSON” or “YAML”!
- If you want to dive deeper: You know The GO Programming Language: pcms is written in GO, and it may be that you need to tweak a few things. At least you may want to compile it for yourself.
If you can answer “Yes, piece of cake!” to those question, then pcms is for you.
Who’s using it
- First of all: me, myself and I.
- This site itself is driven by pcms
- My personal site: https://alexi.ch/