Created in order to allow artists and designers to manage their own e-portfolio, Galanthis is a Web project that we can say display the evolution of my knowledge in Web programming over the years.
In 2015, as I just finished the UMDB project and other relatives asked for their own portfolio to be created, I decided to completely erase this project and develop a new CMS, still following the same philosophy: a way for artists, designers and photographers to manage their own website quickly and easily.
This time, I used Symfony 2.8 to improve my productivity and create a cleaner, more maintable code. For the front-end, I used Boostrap 3 so I could develop reponsive interfaces. Using those tehcnologies gave me the time to implement new functionnalities, and users can now create a multitude of portfolios, integrated blogs, pages, edit and sort them, add new photos/videos at any time, generate backups...
Galanthis is now a ready to use code for a CMS, a reliable bundle I use for future websites. Every time I have to create a new e-portfolio, the code is forked and Galanthis is adapted to the user's needs by adding a "showcase" bundle and/or a new module. For example, the website you're currently visiting is powered by Galanthis.
As they share the same base, updating every websites is then simply done by merging a branch to another, allowing to quickly create and maintain a website for anyone.
Here's two of them: