The starting point of your new website
Easy content creation
It's all in the details
Symfony 5 extensions
There’s no limit to the functionality you can incorporate in your Bolt project. At its core, Bolt is a Symfony application, so you can use the tools provided by the framework.
There's a reason why Twig is the de-facto standard across the PHP community. It is flexible, fast and secure. Take a look how easy it is to generate the HTML for your pages.
Need more languages? No problem, it's just one line of code. The even cooler thing? With field-level control you can decide exactly which parts of the page will be translated.
Bolt provides a RESTful and GraphQL API. No extra configuration needed. Use the CMS in headless mode, alongside a static site generator, or simply to feed data into whatever other platform.
Dummy content. You need it to test, or to showcase your work to your clients. Putting it in there is tiresome, though. Good news: not anymore. All you need to do is use one single line of code.
Best rich content editors
You get the best content editors: Article and Redactor. Fully licensed for use in Bolt itself. For free. With love. Because we believe creating and adapting content should be easy. Period.
Skoop @ home (where else?)
@skoop - 5 February 2021
I spent a few hours yesterday and today building a new hobby site with @BoltCMS and wow, the new version is FANTASTIC. It's so easy to get a site up and running. I'm really loving this.
@abjorkland - 25 February 2021
It's a CMS and a Symfony application! 💜
This week I've tried out multi-lang and extensions and am enamoured.
🥳 🎁 Bolt 5 has been released
Hi there, Bolt community ☕️ We're excited to bring to you the news of the major Bolt 5 release today, 30 August 2021. In March of this year, we announced that the Core team is making progress towards a new major release. A little under two months ago, the major announcements&nbs…Read the announcement
🚀 Bolt 4.2 released
According to your announcement earlier this month, we have released Bolt 4.2 as the intermediary release prior to the big 5.0 coming out. Since we follow the best practices of semantic versioning, updating from Bolt 4.0.x or 4.1.x to Bolt 4.2 will work just as usual. Additi…Read the announcement