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Bolt CMS vs Grav: What are the differences?

Bolt CMS: An open source Content Management Tool. It is an open source Content Management Tool, which strives to be as simple and straightforward as possible. It is quick to set up, easy to configure, uses elegant templates; Grav: A modern open source flat-file CMS. It is a free, open-source and self-hosted content management system (CMS) based on the PHP programming language and Symfony web application framework. It uses a flat file database for both backend and frontend. It is more widely used, and growing at a faster rate, than other leading flat-file CMS competitors.

Bolt CMS and Grav can be primarily classified as "Self-Hosted Blogging / CMS" tools.

Some of the features offered by Bolt CMS are:

  • Twig templates
  • Responsive
  • Powerful ContentTypes

On the other hand, Grav provides the following key features:

  • Twig
  • YAML
  • Markdown

Bolt CMS and Grav are both open source tools. Grav with 11.2K GitHub stars and 1.13K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Bolt CMS with 3.92K GitHub stars and 808 GitHub forks.

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Pros of Bolt CMS
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      Easy to Update
    • 3
      No Databases
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      Strong Security
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      Extensive Plugins
    • 2
      Fast Performance
    • 2
      Full Control over customisation + functionality
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      Ligth storage use

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    Cons of Bolt CMS
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      • 2
        Not easily to intergrate as an eCommerce (yet)

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      What is Bolt CMS?

      It is an open source Content Management Tool, which strives to be as simple and straightforward as possible. It is quick to set up, easy to configure, uses elegant templates.

      What is Grav?

      It is a free, open-source and self-hosted content management system (CMS) based on the PHP programming language and Symfony web application framework. It uses a flat file database for both backend and frontend. It is more widely used, and growing at a faster rate, than other leading flat-file CMS competitors.

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