Canner vs Twill: What are the differences?
What is Canner? Universal CMS framework. Canner is a universal CMS framework that allows you to build CMS in React JSX(XML-like) for Firebase, GraphQL, Restful API, Prisma, in other words, an agnostic CMS framework for any applications and data sources.
What is Twill? An open source CMS toolkit for Laravel. Twill is an open source CMS toolkit for Laravel that helps developers rapidly create a custom admin console that is intuitive, powerful and flexible.
Canner and Twill can be categorized as "Self-Hosted Blogging / CMS" tools.
Some of the features offered by Canner are:
- 🌍 Universal CMS framework - Canner is extremely flexible and agnostic, that you can learn once and create any form of CMS for many databases.
- ⛄ Create data model and UI design at the same time. - While you are defining Canner schema in JSX, you are defining how your CMS store your data in your databases, and how your CMS UI/UX should look like.
- 👩💻 One schema to any database - With different connectors, you are able to create a CMS to interact with Firebase, MySQL, PostgreSQL, GraphQL with the same schema.
On the other hand, Twill provides the following key features:
- Visual editor
- Responsive previewing
- Hi-res media library
Twill is an open source tool with 1.33K GitHub stars and 128 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Twill's open source repository on GitHub.