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Entry 1: Motivations

Topic: Processwire CMS Security Analysis   

Tags:  Security   Processwire   

Created on Mon, 25 Jun 2012.
Last Modified on Tue, 26 Jun 2012.

Hacking Exposed 3 - Web Appications

So I've began reading Hacking Exposed 3 - Web Applications. Also, I've been developing websites using the Processwire CMS which, in my opinion, is THE best CMS for any website developer who wants to make truely customized and perfectly tailored designs. I ended up using this CMS after EXTENSIVE research into Drupal, Wordpress, and even some of the smaller ones like Get Simple. I tried them all out and found that (minus the available plugins for wordpress and drupal) is much more simple, flexible and powerfull. With some enginuity, you'll blow the compeditors out of the water with its jquery inspired API. I use is for my personal site, but focusing on functionality, I have not taken the time to make my personal site all that pretty in design... eventually I will.

So, my goal with this log is to work through the techniques and principles mentions in this text while testing out the Processwire CMS. I'm sure it I won't find anything really sine the creator of Processwire, Ryan Cramer, is VERY SOLID and SUPER helpful on the forums (I'm talking about elegant responses within the hour, usually).

Mind you, this project is one amoungst many open ones I have, so I will work on it in my spare time.



PLEASE let me know if I'm doing something wrong, or if you have any suggestions or requests~

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