ADCMS Customize Admin Panel Using Codeigniter

ADCMS Admin is a CMS Backend based on CodeIgniter framework, which lets you make powerful websites with MVC model.

ADCMS Admin is best backend app for your other framework/technology Back-end, which shares MySql database. We are using it for our CMS app based on CodeIgniter  PHP framework. ADCMS Admin allowed us to a rapid development of the admin interface by defining simple database models.

I want to sell my custom application made in code-igniter. If you want to review my application please visit this link http://www.diwanproductions.com/codeigniter-cms-customize-back-end-application/

Project zip is unable to upload because of too heavy size. if you can buy this application then I will send you in your Gmail

CodeIgniter CMS  Admin Credentials

CMS  Admin URL:

http://projects.diwanproductions.com

Demo User Username: admin

Demo User Password: admin

What do you get?

  • Simple and clear admin interface
  • Easy modules creation from data mapper models
  • Precreated multimedia, Content, Post Section, products section, Blocks, user module, Template Access, CMS setting, Application Setting, Default Setting and Seo modules.
  • Added multisite functionality
  • Added date picker plugin
  • Added options for enabling/disable records From Grid.

After Purchase this application you can contact me. I will guide you properly about this application And Be Providing Full service about this application.

Email: diwanproductions86@gmail.com

Application have two types commercial or non-commercial

Non-Commerical Version
If you will buy non-commercial application then you don’t get all the modules which show on demo version and cost will be $249 for a lifetime.
Commercial Version
if you will buy commercial application then you will get all the modules which show on demo version and cost will be $599 for lifetime.

About Custom Application
This is the customize application you can be attached to every project if you want.

Four Differences in Features

#1.  Security
Today for an online business website or application, security is the biggest concern. Hackers try to find ways to attack a website, to destroy or to change the way the website looks. This can decrease the value of a business website.

Most CMS are open source and the code base is open to everyone. There are various communities who develop plug-ins, widgets or modules for CMS.  When developers find vulnerabilities they launch a newer version of that feature with a safe code. It is important to install a reliable plug-in on a CMS site, from trusted sources.

Websites developed using PHP frameworks are more secure in comparison to CMS. Since they use custom code, it is more difficult to breach their security. Most frameworks also have built-in functions for encrypting and protecting against common vulnerabilities including:

SQL Injection
Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

#2.  Flexibility
Based upon business requirements, your website may need to have various functions and integration with third-party applications. Sometimes you need your website to perform operations which are independent of each other and connect with various systems as well. For example:

Your website needs to integrate with a CRM, CMS, ERP, E-Shop like Salesforce, to send contact registration data
Your website needs to connect with an order-processing system, like FileMaker, where your customer orders need to be processed independent of your website but the actual orders are generated from your website.

While CMS sites can have a variety of functions in applications, those applications are not very flexible. Since the applications are pre-made, creativity can sometimes be limited. A number of modules and plug-ins within a CMS website may require making a lot of custom development as well. Frameworks contain various library functions and can be easily customized based on the requirements of the business.

#3.  Upgrades
Getting your business website updated with the latest code functions is really important. Upgrades help with website security.

CMS has updated almost every month. The website should be updated with the latest upgrades as soon as it is available. Even if not updated, the website would function, but the site would not be as secure or user-friendly. The following are upgrades common in CMS:

Security patch
New features
Support for SEO
Support for new plug-ins

Frameworks do not have very frequent updates compared to CMS. Most PHP frameworks have updates regarding new features, but not every month. Some can go six months without updates and still be secure and functional.

#4.  User Experience (UX)
CMS are built with the website manager in mind. Most CMS make it very simple to manage the website content. The business owner can change information on the website without a problem. CMS mostly provides responsive themes so that any module or plug-in placed on the website functions on a mobile device as well.

A PHP framework usually does not have the default standard user interfaces, which makes CMS so user-friendly. But developers can create an interface using the available library functions.  CSS frameworks like Bootstrap or SASS can be used with PHP frameworks in order to develop a site for the best user experience. Users can develop responsive sites using these front end frameworks.

Version: 1.0

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server, Mac, Linux, Code, Other

Browsers Supported

Firefox, Chrome, Opera, I.E 9 and so on

Technology Used:-
 CSS  Codeigniter  Php  Html  Bootstrap

Note: Also I will Launch Soon version 2.0 of this application 

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