ImpressPages- An Open Source PHP Framework built in Content Editor| Miri Infotech


August 18, 2017


MIRI Infotech is configuring and publishing ImpressPages embedded pre-configured framework with LAMP and ready-to-launch AMI on Amazon EC2 that contains ImpressPages, Apache, MySQL, Linux, PHP (LAMP). ImpressPages is an open-source PHP framework with built-in content editor. Features include MVC engine, inline editing and drag&drop interface. Some key features of ImpressPages are:

  • Inline editing: Pages are edited in a WYSIWYG way. By browsing through the website users can edit content by clicking on the inserted fields.
  • Drag&drop : Page layout management is based on drag&drop. Widgets can be put to the page by drag&dropping them into desired places.
  • Widgets : Most common widgets are prepared in default installation: Heading, Text, Image, Gallery, Video, Divider, Map, File, HTML, Form.
  • MVC engine : ImpressPages 4.0 has a MVC engine providing users with MVC, routing, template helpers, url generation, DB layer (and PDO), PSR standards-compliant class naming and autoloader.
  • Themes : Both free and paid-for themes are available via the ImpressPages marketplace, allowing users to quickly apply different styling to a website without touching HTML or PHP code.
  • Multi-language support and translations : ImpressPages is multi-lingual by default, no plugins are needed to make the website international.
  • Grid : A helper to create CRUD interface for records in the database.


MIRI ImpressPages Support

  • When you join to the MIRI ImpressPages, your AWS commercial center membership will be naturally distinguished. MIRI ImpressPages provides technical support for installation and setup issues through our support center.
  • Contact No. at- +1 (510)298-5936
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  • 24*7 Hrs facility is available. Client can contact us at anytime.



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