Coaster was conceived and built by a team of developers working within a Digital Agency. This is important because Coaster has been built from scratch with real customers in mind, customers that as an agency, we deal with on a day to day basis. As such, our solution is very user focussed, powerful, but also incredibly easy to use. Conversely, as developers, we were keen to build a CMS that was powerful and flexible from a development and coding perspective.
Whilst Coaster is an open source solution, we want to create a network of support worldwide who want to build and maintain websites built with Coaster. To do this we are looking for supporters,
As a Coaster Approved Supporter, we will provide you with your own 'Approved Supporter' page on this website to promote your company and any
As a Coaster Approved Associate, we will provide you with your own 'Approved Associate' page on this website to promote your work and any
The price for this package is - £75 pm / $75 pm.
As a Coaster Approved
The price for this package is - £300 pm / $300 pm.
As an approved Associate/Agency you can request custom feature developments and one to one consultation on using or developing the platform at any time. This means that if you lack the skills or the time to develop new features, we can do this for you. This means that you can offer your customers all the great standard features of the platform but also offer fully
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Based on Laravel 5
Additional features always being planned/researched
Announcing (belatedly) Coaster CMS version 5.5...
So, somewhat belatedly we have launched Coaster CMS version 5.5, which is now based on Laravel v5.5 (LTS) and mostly includes a major "under the hood" update that will make Coaster more stable and als...
Coaster CMS v5.4 is here
So, Coaster CMS v5.4 has arrived and I'm just going to give you an overview of the new features. We think this update will really help people grasp the concepts around Coaster and give you ideas o...
Where is Data Stored in Coaster CMS
We've had a couple of discussions recently with people trying to understand the data structure of Coaster and more specifically, where data is stored in Coaster CMS and I thought I'd summarise some of...