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Refinery – Ruby On Rail Content Management System

Refinery is light weight content management system that build with Ruby On Rails. Refinery is free and open sources. It has slick and clean user interface, Modular and extendable. Refinery is Powerful and flexible to allow you to design exactly the site you want.


On the admin area, it has slick user interface to manage a website. Adding new (with unlimited sub-levels)  pages or images  is very easy, we can see all pages  on the tree structures. Contact, inquiries also can be managed on admin area. Refinery offers a permission-based multi-user environment where it is possible to define which users can access to which modules. It logs  every action that makes it possible to view the last activies easily.

Requirements: Ruby on rails enables on hosting environtment
License: License Free

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1 Comment

  1. Pascal


    Ruby on Rails is very much powerful. So that Twitter has been built on it. Especially permission based multi user environment can be built powerfully on Ruby on Rails.
    .-= Pascal´s last blog ..Free to Self Hosted Migration: =-.