NexEdit is here!
Yes! It's finally here! I am glad to announce that after half a year in development, NexEdit is now publicly available at http://nexedit.com.
NexEdit is my own take of what a content management system should be like: flexible to integrate, beautifully designed and above all: simple and easy to use. Let's take a closer look at what makes NexEdit unlike any other CMS out there.
Say hello to NexEdit
If it looks minimalistic to you, that's because it is. NexEdit was built from the ground up to be simple to the core. And it shows. Just try it out, you'll notice that there's basically no learning curve at all. It's ridiculously lightweight too: NexEdit fits in a 42kB zip. Another thing that you'll notice is that it looks gorgeous. Just because it's a back-end application doesn't mean that you shouldn't be able to manage your content in style, after all.
Setup that makes sense
NexEdit has a unique setup process that uses heuristics to guess how you want things to be set up. This will save you precious time when you first install your CMS. You'll be up and running in mere minutes. You'll be wondering why you spent hours developing your own CMS in the past.
Flexible in all kinds of ways
Let's face it: nobody likes code snippets. Nobody likes being told how to code either. NexEdit gives you complete freedom while creating your website: it's designed to plug into any existing MySQL database, independent of the front-end website. This means that you can develop your website without having to think about your CMS. When the website is done, just install NexEdit and you're good to go. NexEdit is flexible when it comes to the integration itself as well: there are plenty of options to set up your CMS just the way you want it to work, from a simple text field to a dropdown menu that contains dynamic info from another table. And the beauty of it all is that it's really simple to set up.
As you can probably tell, I'm incredibly excited about finally releasing NexEdit to the public. I've learned so much over the past 7 months... it really was a fantastic experience. I think the result is quite remarkable as well, but please be your own judge. Go get NexEdit at http://nexedit.com and take it for a spin.