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Our Goal

The goal of this project is to demonstrate how Canner can improve development flow in companies. With the Canner CMS platform, companies are able to build websites, mobile apps, IoTs, chatbots, or even server management systems in days, not months.

Canner can help companies save up to 80% in CMS development costs (both money and time). With this #CMS30 challenge we will be demonstrating how our Canner CMS platform can be applied to a variety of uses such as sports, music, personal budgeting, medical appointments, or even tournament tables. All schema code will be open source on Github to give companies and developers a starting point with their own Canner CMS projects. Save time, save costs with the Canner CMS platform

All CMS's source code will open source on Github under MIT license.

What is Canner?

Canner is an open source flexible Content Management System to create CMS fast and easy. It adopts the Adaptive CMS concept, a CMS framework that connects to different data sources by building adapters such as GraphQL, Prisma, Firebase/Firestore and Restful APIs. With a simple CMS schema, you can assemble our building blocks into any use and form. Check out our open source on Github, and our official website.

Canner have now over 50,000 downloads and wildly use in websites, mobile apps, IoTs, chatbots applications.

30 Days x 30 CMSes

Various topics of CMSes by using Canner

DAY 1

TOURNAMENT

< 300 Lines of code (30 mins)
DAY 2

ALBUMS

< 350 Lines of code (30 mins)
DAY 3

PERSONAL PROFILE

< 140 Lines of code (10 mins)
DAY 4

ROOM BOOKING

< 450 Lines of code (60 mins)
DAY 5

ACCOUNTING SYSTEM

< 600 Lines of code (90 mins)
DAY 6

BASIC BLOG

< 200 Lines of code (20 mins)
DAY 7

WORLD CUP

< 400 Lines of code (60 mins)
DAY 8

ECOMMERCE

< 1200 Lines of code (180 mins)
DAY 9

HOTEL RESERVATION

< 250 Lines of code (30 mins)
DAY 10

RECRUITMENT

< 400 Lines of code (60 mins)
DAY 11

MOVIE

< 250 Lines of code (30 mins)
DAY 12

TASKS

< 250 Lines of code (30 mins)
DAY 13

BLOG (WORDPRESS-LIKE)

< 300 Lines of code (60 mins)
DAY 14

CLUBS

< 250 Lines of code (30 mins)
DAY 15

CLASSES

< 250 Lines of code (30 mins)
DAY 16

GALLERY

< 60 Lines of code (10 mins)
DAY 17

MLB

< 200 Lines of code (30 mins)
DAY 18

CV

< 100 Lines of code (10 mins)
DAY 19

BLOG POSTS

< 50 Lines of code (10 mins)
DAY 20

COMPLAINTS

< 250 Lines of code (30 mins)
DAY 21
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Blog 2
DAY 22
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Complaints System
DAY 23
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Attending System
DAY 24
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NFL
DAY 25
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Publications
DAY 26
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Portfolio
DAY 27
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Schedule
DAY 28
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Recipes
DAY 29
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Parking Lots
DAY 30
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Event Management

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FAQ

Can I build my CMS based on one of the demo?

Yes, we include detailed instructions for each demo so you can get started right away and all demos are released under MIT licence you can use it anywhere. It's open source here

How does Canner work?

The Canner schema goes through a compiler that extracts data types and UI types and composites these into your CMS applications. To learn more, please visit here.

Which data sources do Canner support?

Canner supports GraphQL, Prisma GraphQL, Firebase/Firestore, RESTful APIs and more. Visit here for more complete list.

Where can I find the documentations?

All Canner docs are located here.