Ubiquo will be no longer supported from February 28, 2015.

CMS Framework for pragmatic developers. Have it your way!

Open source, Ruby on Rails based custom CMS development framework.

Modular and extensible

Every major aspect in Ubiquo is a separate plugin, so you can add functionalities as you require them for your project, and not carry additional code that you don’t need. You can also replace an Ubiquo functionality with your own plugin.

Built "the Rails way"

This means that using Ubiquo won’t make you leave some of the Rails principles, like DRY, REST or Convention Over Configuration. Instead, Ubiquo is built with those principles in mind and promotes them.

# gem install ubiquo


  • Stack the plugins you need on top of the core - only install the necessary for your application
  • Easy multimedia attachments management
  • Improved styled scaffolds with filters and more custom features
  • Versionable, i18nable models, controllers and views out of the box
  • Activity logging system to monitor user actions
  • Visual interface to create or edit users
  • Access control and authentication mechanisms
  • Asynchronous job integration and management

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