Speed up your PyroCMS projects with the following optimisation tips for faster loading webpages...
We've been doing a lot of development with PyroCMS Professional 2.2.1 in the last 2 months and we're loving working with such a great CMS. We recently came across an issue with the advanced WYSIWYG text editor where the text content was not being wrapped in p tags as expected.
Fixing this turned out to be quite simple.
If you're looking to add a powerful and flexible CMS to your development arsenal you could do no worse than choose PyroCMS.
One of the great features about PyroCMS is that it makes plug-in development easy, thanks to its underlying MVC architecture (courtesy of, at the time of writing, the Codeigniter framework). If you've been unfortunate to have any experience of writing plugins for Wordpress (and having to deal with the god awful spaghetti code mess that is part and parcel of the Wordpress approach to custom development) then you're in for a real treat with PyroCMS.
In this tutorial we're going to take you through the process of creating a Twitter plug-in.
We've recently started using PyroCMS for some of our projects and have been really impressed with the power, flexibility and intuitiveness of the platform (particularly compared with more widely used alternatives such as WordPress). It's safe to say that it's a CMS that we plan to continue working with for a long time to come although, in our experience, remote deployment can be a major pain to contend with...