And you can create mobile backends and web apps in minutes, using the schema editor to define a custom data model.
It look pretty cool, but I have no idea what i should do with Structr.
One issue: subscribing to your newsletter takes me to a page with a message in German -- not an error, it's just telling me to click a link in my email, but presumably not the language intended given the site is in English?
EDIT: the email received is also in German.
Thanks for the hint!
EDIT: Now the newsletter registration is in English
It sounds like it's able to do fancy things with rendering pages quickly, but...so what?
The Github explanation says "It was designed to simplify the creation of complex graph database applications" - a generic platform built around a graph database makes more sense.
So my question is - Is this a CMS or a platform for building applications? Is the graph database cool because it can do fancy things for rendering content, or because you can use it to build relationship models for users of applications using Structr for RAD-style dev?
I suggest to start with in a mini or small container.
It looks like it is open source, but I feel that the structr.org website should talk more about the open source project, and a structr.com website should focus on the business. Right now, looking at structr.org, I don't see anything about the open source project. It just looks like a sales pitch to me.
Regarding structr.org/structr.com, I agree. We will make structr.com the commercial site in the future while turning structr.org into a site for the community.
And on the sales pitch: It's somewhat intended as we need some commercial customers from time to time, not being backed by big investors.