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A content management framework (CMF) is a system that facilitates the use of reusable components or customized software for managing Web content. It shares aspects of a Web application framework and a content management system (CMS).
Below is a list of notable systems that claim to be CMFs.
|Grand Central||MySQL and PHP 5|
|Open Semantic Framework||Drupal, OWL, PHP, and RDF|
|Backpack for Laravel||MySQL, PHP 5.6+, PostgreSQL|
|RadPHP||MySQL, PHP 5.6+, PostgreSQL, and etc.|
|Strapi||Node.js, MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and etc.|
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