Croogo 1.3.5

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Croogo Comments

Jul 26 2012, 2:59 pm
It's super and can learn more.i always welcome this type of cms. wordpress is different cakephp is different. Compared to wordpress cakephp is more security. It's good awesome
Jul 23 2012, 2:12 pm
I'm not agree it's very good and (to me) better than wordpress. I can develop custom app in some minutes and the admin panel is automaticly created, about template is much more clear and easy than wordpress. The only negative point is about the doc that is good but you should have advanced knowlegde.
My website is made with it
Hard to Use
Jan 16 2011, 10:33 am
It's very hard to use. Especially, it's hard for insert images to content page that made me try for very so long time. At last I could still not find any way to do.
Download it - Try it and then... Absolutely Forget it!
Cake PHP User
Dec 8 2010, 10:10 am
I've been studying this framework for a few days now. I was a little confused at first but the documentation is decent and it is built on top of CakePHP and their documentation is excellent. And PHP itself has a lot of good documentation. (I absolutely hate poorly written or non existent documentation !) In short this looks like a good cms for someone who wants to save some time to get a project up and running but who wants to build their site using CakePHP. I have not myself done comparisons with Wordpress and Joomla but I have heard that performance for these two CMS are not so great. I hear the same for CakePHP too. I'd be interested to hear any feedback on the performance issue. To conclude this project has potential, it just needs more support from the PHP and CakePHP community.
Mar 18 2010, 6:57 pm
Yea kind of look and feels like WP but will have a go with it and see what it can and can't do.
Feb 8 2010, 1:53 am
Seems promising.
Looks like Wordpress with some Drupal concepts (node, taxonomy...).
Dec 31 2009, 12:30 am
The backend is inspired by Wordpress, but the project is built from scratch using CakePHP framework. Not a single line of code has been taken from any other CMS.
Dec 28 2009, 7:29 pm
I think it's strange that the backend resembles Wordpress so much.

Was this intentional? Where does it say on the Croogo website that they originally took Wordpress' code? As far as I know, Wordpress is open source but I could be mistaken.

Someone feel free to correct me.