I recently blogged about Clay2 and I've been working on it when I have time. Another tidbit I haven't mentioned, at least in a while, is Clay2 isn't only going to be developed in PHP. It's going to use other languages, where PHP falls short. Clay2 is more of a server suite, than just a CMS, using node.js and other languages to provide features Clay1 can only dream about. Clay2 will even be able to function as a headless CMS, by providing realtime data that can be plugged in anywhere, while maintaining all of it's security and role-based access. The privileges system is even being extended into a new installer, which means users can (if given access) create Clay2 sites or data stores on demand. Many developers hate data and treat it like a second rate citizen, but Clay2 is being built for data.
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