ProcessWire reviews

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  • The Aesthetic Of Non-Opinionated Content Management

    A Beginner’s Guide To ProcessWire, a Smashing Magazine article by Francesco Schwarz
  • 4 Reasons to Choose ProcessWire as Your Next CMS

    Envato Tuts+ article and fantastic introduction by Francesco Schwarz
  • 8 reasons to wave WordPress goodbye and plumb for ProcessWire

    WordPress is a good blog system. But as a CMS, it comes with more than its fair share of warts, pimples, freckles and even cancer that you, the client, have to live with. We understand that because we have built sites with WordPress for over 10 years.
  • Why choose ProcessWire over WordPress?

    No platform is perfect by all means, and I am pretty sure ProcessWire is not the only one that was built on the idea to make as flexible CMS as possible. But for me it is the first one that really clicked… By Michael Sunarlim
  • Why the FixMy.pw team is a raving fan of ProcessWire CMS

    We have junked Joomla, ditched Drupal and waved WordPress goodbye. We sighted ProcessWire in late 2013. We were hunting for a lightweight, flexible CMS to build websites. But it wasn't until early 2014 that we started seriously experimenting with ProcessWire.
  • Creating my book websites with ProcessWire

    Now, a lot of people say a lot of good things about PW, and they are all completely right. It is powerful, the API is deep, clever and sensible and the back end is rock solid. But that was not what attracted me to the system.
  • ProcessWire vs. WordPress

    CMSCritic has used both WordPress and ProcessWire to power their website. Read their comparison here. By CMSCritic.
  • CMSCritic's ProcessWire Review

    ProcessWire offers simplicity, power and flexibility in a small package that, with a small learning curve, is quick to pick up and learn. By CMSCritic.
  • Why I use ProcessWire

    ProcessWire is just one piece of the jigsaw that is a modern website. For managing content I can't imagine using anything else. By Still Moving Design.
  • Why I chose ProcessWire CMS

    I love Processwire for it's proactive community who love to help, it's open templating system, it's easier to use and extend admin, and the fact it does just enough for you let's you get back to coding/designing and not list making, fighting with broken modules, or stripping away things. By Ben Byford.

Twitter updates

  • ProcessWire 3.0.142 has a lot of updates but the biggest is the addition of custom fields support for file and image fields. In this post, we take a closer look at that, and also outline all of the new features in the just-released FormBuilder v40— More
    11 October 2019
  • This week’s dev branch version brings you improvements to ProcessWire’s input->cookie API variable, plus it adds the ability to modify system URLs and paths at runtime. This post also includes some examples to demonstrate just how useful this can be— More
    20 September 2019
  • New post: This week we’ll take a look at a new version of FormBuilder that's on the way (with a screencast), as well as the latest version of the core: ProcessWire 3.0.140— More
    6 September 2019

Latest news

  • ProcessWire Weekly #283
    The 283rd issue of ProcessWire Weekly introduces ProcessWire 3.0.142 and FormBuilder v40, highlights some conference content, and features a new weekly poll continuing with the #processwireworks theme. Read on!
    Weekly.pw / 12 October 2019
  • ProcessWire 3.0.142 core updates
    This latest version of the core on the dev branch has a lot of updates, bnd the biggest is the addition of custom fields support for file and image fields. In this post, we take a closer look and also outline all of the new features in the just-released FormBuilder v40.
    Blog / 11 October 2019
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“We were really happy to build our new portfolio website on ProcessWire! We wanted something that gave us plenty of control on the back-end, without any bloat on the front end - just a nice, easy to access API for all our content that left us free to design and build however we liked.” —Castus, web design agency in Sheffield, UK