🚀 Mixcore CMS is an Future-Proof Enterprise Web CMS that supports both headless and decoupled to easily build any kinds of app/web app/all in all/customizable APIs built on top of ASP.NET Core / Dotnet Core. It is a completely open-source ASP.NET Core (Dotnet Core) CMS solution. https://mixcore.org

Mixcore CMS

Fully Open Source UI Tools to create multi-purpose Enterprise Web Apps, Mobile Apps & Application Services


  • master: Mixcore v1.0.x LTS
  • develop: Mixcore v2.0.0-alpha.x

UI Screenshots

Admin Portal

Mixcore CMS Back-office is built on top of the much awaited Bootstrap 5. This makes starting a new project very simple. It also provides benefits if you are already working on a Bootstrap 5 project.

(New Portal in Angular / Svelte will be coming soon)

Special features (Out of the box)

  • Databases -MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, SQLite
  • Reliability - Member roles and permissions.
  • High Security - Strong Data Encryption and Security compliance.
  • Multilingual - Flexible multilingual content migration.
  • High Performance - Millisecond response time.
  • Cross Platforms - Powered by .NET Core and run everywhere.
  • Online Coding - Visual Studio Code's heart inside.
  • Customizable Designs - Build any kinds of website.
  • SEO Friendly - No extra plugin required.
  • Media Management - Multiple file formats for your website / application.
  • Manage On The Go - Manage and Code everywhere you want.
  • Easy and Accessible - Non deep tech knowledge required.
  • Analytics - Inside Google Analytics dashboard & no extra plugin required.
  • Dynamic Modular Architecture - Powerful module layers & Attribute sets feature.
  • Extensibility - API-first architecture for Plug & Play.
  • Easy Backup - Powerful 1 step export.
  • More Coffee time! - You can relax and explore more ton of features are not listed here...


CMS and Dashboards built on top of ASP.Net Core / Dotnet Core, SignalR, Angular / Bootstrap / React / Vue / Svelte.

Services Result Services Result
Github workflow
Travis CI AppVeyor CI
Gitter Licenses status
Codefactor Azure


STAG / Demo https://demo.mixcore.org
https://mochahost.demo.mixcore.org/portal (administrator / P@ssw0rd)
Swagger (v2) https://v2.dev.mixcore.org/api/v2/mixcore/swagger/index.html
Dev docs https://docs.mixcore.org / https://mixcore.dev
Community https://community.mixcore.org
Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChqzh6JnC8HBUSQ9AWIcZAw
Twitter https://twitter.com/mixcore_cms
Medium https://medium.com/mixcore

Ref: How to install Mixcore CMS with Azure Docker Composer

Run with Docker

Latest Docker Image

docker pull ghcr.io/mixcore/mix.core:master
docker run -it --rm -p 5000:80 --name mixcore_cms mixcore/mix.core:latest

Or with Docker Compose

docker-compose build
docker-compose up

GITs clone

mkdir mixcore
cd mixcore

git clone https://github.com/mixcore/mix.core.git


Optional steps as those packages are Nuget Library

git clone https://github.com/mixcore/mix.heart.git
git clone https://github.com/mixcore/mix.identity.git

Build & Run with Dotnet SDK

Build & Run Mixcore CMS

REM Make sure you already read and download Dotnet Core SDK here https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download

cd mix.core/src/Mix.Cms.Web

dotnet restore
dotnet build
dotnet run

Modify & Build Portal Front-End source (Optional)

This step is optional and only needed in case you would like to modify the portal front-end code

cd mix.core/src/portal-app

npm install
npm install --global gulp-cli
gulp build

Note: If you facing any System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException error, please replace all content inside "appsettings.json" file with "{}".

Thanks to

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Mixcore CMS is licensed under the MIT

Permissions Limitations Conditions
✔ Commercial use ✖ Liability ℹ License and copyright notice
✔ Modification ✖ Warranty
✔ Distribution
✔ Private use


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How to contribute

Fork this repo to your GitHub account, clone it locally and try to follow the following simple guidelines.

  • Never write any code in the master branch
  • When writing code, do it in a specific feature branch
  • Send your pull request from that feature branch
  • After your pull request has been accepted, sync the changes into master from the upstream remote
  • Delete you feature branch
  • Again, NEVER write any code in the master branch ;)
  • Ref: https://datasift.github.io/gitflow/IntroducingGitFlow.html

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