At Springload, the place I currently work, we've recently released Made with Wagtail, a showcase of websites built with the Wagtail CMS. I recommend you guys to check it out if you're interested in this cool CMS built on top of Django.
I recently co-wrote an article for my current company, Springload, about the Wagtail CMS. For those of you who do not know, Wagtail is an awesome CMS built on top of Django, a Python-based framework. If you would like to know a bit more about Wagtail you should read the full article. Enjoy!
The last few months I've been doing a good amount of work using Wagtail. Wagtail is a pretty cool CMS built on top of the Django framework. It hasn't been around for long but it has a pretty active community and a nice documentation. I've built a couple of relatively large sites with it and been quite happy with the result so far.
Polymorphic relations are one of the many great features Laravel has to offer. Let's illustrate how to effectively use them through a very simple example!
Not long ago I discovered Bower, a package manager for web resources such as CSS and JS. I used to copy/paste all the needed resources to each one of my projects. You know what I'm talking about here: downloading jQuery and Twitter Bootstrap all the time, copying them into the project folder, etc.. Enough of that crap. Bower enables you to automatically install those required resources and manage them as you may like in your development process.
Some of you may be familiar with sweetCaptcha, a fun and simple captcha service. It's one of the captcha services I usually use. I've just released a package to integrate it with Laravel 4..