Another shot from my CMS I'm building, Webnetix.
I posted a shot a while ago of my concept design (http://drbl.in/hzhf), now in browser designing new functionality and additional views. Designing in code is awesome, I urge you to try it if you haven't already.
It's coming along nicely I think.
Check the Full Pixels & Large Shot for details.
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8 months ago
Designing in the browser FTW!
@Chris Frees exactly man, I love it when building apps and systems.
I can't wait to try it :O
@Ilja Miskov Yeah mate, I'm leaning towards releasing an open source version, but we'll see.
Love the colors in the background of the Large-View.jpg
@Greg Wilkinson Thanks, I made my own code theme, just wasn't happy with what's available for coda.
Mike, you write your CMS on a PHP Framework? You're my hero!
Try to edit the url. why "/app/articles/create-new-article"? just "/app/articles/create"!
But nice interface.
Wow, what code theme are you using? Looks sweet.
@Alex Anistratov it's not actually built on a framework.
@Dominik Schmidt ⚛ I could, but each module has a create and edit file. So I name them something different so I don't get confused
@Ari it's my own theme I didn't like what was out there so I created my own
Loving this! Really nice work, Mike.
@Gavin Anthony thanks mate :)
Really like this, the layout is clean and everything works well together.
@Harry Copeman thanks man :)
Do you build the text editor from scratch? We're building a CMS as well but the text-editor is quite a pain, how do you do that?
@Supersteil It's going to be a contenteditable field and using execCommand()
Great job! Looking forwards to seeing more :)
@Alfred Xing Thanks buddy :)
@Mike Busby are you front-end and back-end developer in one person?
@Alex Anistratov Yup, I'm a designer that writes front and back end code
@Mike Busby Wow me too, but you skills are awesome! So keep!
@Alex Anistratov Thanks mate! :)
@Mike Busby But you can create a routes file.
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