In this blog post, we will show you how to install Roadiz CMS on an Ubuntu 18.04 Cloud VPS.
“A modern content management system” – according to the developers and maintainers of Roadiz CMS, this is what their platform was designed and developed for. Based on a polymorphic node system, they say that this architecture can provide a new and different user experience.
Roadiz’s advanced theming system is built to be processed independently from the back-office (the editor backend) providing hassle-free switching of multiple themes. Basically, it allows users to create one theme for your desktop website and another one for your mobile with the same node hierarchy, plus a separate theme for your writers and editors.
The Roadiz CMS is developed using PHP with Composer, and it supports both Apache and Nginx web servers. For the database, it is compatible with MySQL, MariaDB and PostgreSQL database systems. The Roadiz CMS source code is released under the MIT license, and is available on GitHub. Let’s start with the installation.