FusionCMS is currently in an open beta state and under heavy active development.



FusionCMS is a modular platform; meaning, you may extend the functionality and feature-set of the CMS through an organized manner. When creating modules that extend the CMS outside of the core set of features, we call these Add-on Modules.

Add-on Module Responsibility

Modules hold a different role in the CMS than most other CMS'. Instead of modules driving both the feature set as well as content needs; modules in FusionCMS extend and provide features to the platform as a whole. So, rather than creating a module dedicated to a Blog, the focus should be on "what makes up a blog?" and lean on the Matrix to provide the scaffold for the needs of the content.

Add-on modules can range in complexity as well. They can cover the needs of just housing a few helper methods to full-fledged feature sets such as eCommerce and other complex needs.

Assumed Knowledge

As FusionCMS is built on top of Laravel, working knowledge of Laravel is a must. If you are new to Laravel, you will want to ensure that you understand some core fundamentals of programming in PHP such as object oriented programming, namespaces and package management through Composer.

For supplemental learning, we highly recommend both Laracasts and CodeCourse.

Getting Started

Checkout the Getting Started guide next to learn how to start creating.

Have questions?

We're always happy to help with code or other questions you might have. Contact support or chat live with us on Discord.

Last edited on Friday, March 26, 2021 (3 years ago)