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By dotCore
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Published: Nov 30 2012 / 10:04

I’ve been talking to people lately about why there are so few CMS in either Rails (Ruby) or Django (Python).
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ferrisoxide replied ago:

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Good article. I think the Ruby/Rails ecosystem naturally eschews the complexity of high-end CMSes in favour of app content you can tailor easily from code, be it Jekkyl for simple websites or Rails / Sinatra / etc for database-driven web apps. Blogged something similar myself a while back: http://rubyredbricks.com/blog/2012/08/27/ruby-as-cms/

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