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[Motosu: The Content Management System]

Web Bash script Date: Feb 2017

Motosu Project website: http://motosu.co.uk
Technologies used: PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, Model-View-Controller, CodeIgniter, CSS, RESTful Web Services, Bash scripts, Git

Motosu is a Content Management and a Web Hosting System that takes on Word Press by giving users easy-to-understand interface and content creation.

My roles in the project involved design and development of the front-end and back-end systems including the database and managing iterative development. I worked with a junior developer and a server administrator.

The code consists of the main content management application that gets duplicated for each new website and a set of bash scripts and super-admin interfaces for automatic website creation and maintenance. A customer can either register their own domain and redirect to a Motosu-managed web site or request a new Motosu subdomain to be created for them. The website editor allows the user to create new content using a WYSIWYG editor, manage web site administrators, define responsive layouts and styles for the whole website and for individual pages, use a number of "modules" such as a gallery browser, a Twitter feed, etc. and easily setup complex parallax effects, all without having to type a single line of code.



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