Webbit CMS was originally developed as a calendar and event listing add-on for websites. It has become a full fledged Content Management System (CMS) which is well suited to small business clients where the website content is only updated by a small number people. While roles can be assigned to various users in terms of what features on the website they can update, typically most users have all features enabled in their profile.
CMS-5 is the newest version which was first released in the March of 2017. CMS-4 was a total rewrite of CMS-3 using much of the original databases but with the goal to: CMS-5 is a refinement of CMS-4 user experience as well as internal changes to make adding plugins to the package easier.
Because of the move to 'responsive design', we have been able to removed the browser detection routines which redirect people to the /MOBI/ and /FB/ versions of the pages, This has simplified development and maintenance of the CMS software and reduced the duplication of webpages so that there is now a single copy.
The websites which we manage range in size from half a dozen webpages to over 1000 pages (www.auspostalhistory.com).
Depending upon the load on the shared hosting server, we can publish 1000 pages in just over 8 seconds (eg. www.AusPostalHistory.com hosted at HostPapa.) Performance varies from one hosting service to another and with server load at that time of day.
Webbit-CMS includes 2 add on packages: Webbit-MOBI for smart phones and Webbit-FB to generate application pages for use with Facebook.
One thing which is being considered is introducing CMS-4 as an Open Source Project in 2017. There are pros and cons to that venture so that will have to be considered carefully.