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Which Content Management System (CMS) should I use?

I'd like to exercise mongodb in a real world context so I'm wondering what are CMS', or better, Frameworks that support MongoDB as the main database out of the box?

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marked as duplicate by paulmorriss, Su', John Conde Jul 29 '12 at 18:01

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Lithium (a PHP Frameword) supports Mongo out-of-the-box. And you will find plenty others from the mongoDB website. Do not forget to check the right menu, ton of things to read in the Drivers submenu.

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I've been using Locomotive: http://locomotivecms.com, and have been fairly impressed so far. Uses Ruby on Rails, Mongoid, MongoDB, all default.

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MongoPress - The High-Performance, Object-Based, PHP, MongoDB CMS

I would try http://www.mongopress.org/

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