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What lightweight cms base on Laravel to choose for the project?

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Now I use samopisnye solution in pure php and the page of the online store with the goods on my server formed from 120 MS to 200 MS. And page clean wordpress is anything from 400 MS to 450 MS

Want the new project to use Laravel to write less code especially for common tasks. I want to take a lightweight CMS base on Laravel which would be at least a small amount of plug-ins for standard functions such as the blog or the feedback form.

But the main thing that CMS in its pure form is opened really fast. So the speed of the website was not much worse than a fully samopisnogo decisions without all the excess.
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October, for example.
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No. Normal supported CMS on Laravel, no.
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But the main thing that CMS in its pure form is opened really fast. So the speed of the website was not much worse than a fully samopisnogo decisions without all the excess.
Understand and remember, CMS is the only admin!

Want fast opening pages - write a template to replace the tags through the regular (RegExp) and automatic (re)generate the static pages in the cache.

When the page is requested from a browser check the flag in the database: there are changes on that URL updating the page: re-Generon static, no - ship statics from the cache.

If a lot of RAM (VPS, VDS) - a cache with static, you can copy from disk into RAM and to load from there.

PS: For admin (and not only!) suggest includeHTML.
In advance, Thanks for all the stars!
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GRAV - is done in Laravel. But also already overgrown Zhirkov.
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The fastest approach would be in the form presenting to the main directory (without any filters) and the remaining static parts of the site (for proper indexing), and all sorts of baskets, filters, and other interactivity on the client receiving data via the api.
Here you have time to smoke all sorts of stuff like https://ru.nuxtjs.org/guide#%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B0%D1%... or https://github.com/chrisvfritz/prerender-spa-plugin and it will be a lot of features in the form of residues and other output. But it's really the fastest option.
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Take some constructor CRUD and saw it. They are sufficient for Laravel.
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cms is not admin, as there are some write. just admins in Lara full to the brim, and is not even close to cms.
cms is more support for themes and third party plugins ready, and IPAS for their work.
and cms it's more the ecosystem of the plug-ins. you can easily put and get ready to work the site almost without programming, or at all.

from cms october perhaps nothing, although it is very specific.

but if you plan to program it is best to take it to the admin panel.
if it is good, but nova is not cheap or free and good owladmin for example.
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