Lynicon's light weight and flexibility lets you solve CMS problems where there's no other solution.
Its seamless integration with ASP.Net Core makes it easy to pick up for any developer.
Install with a single Nuget package in 15 minutes.
You don't need a database to run it: data can be held in memory and backed up to a file.
Stores content items as JSON of arbitrary complexity: nested arrays and objects are allowed.
It's trivial to go headless, reading and writing JSON via an API.
Solve CMS Problems
Lynicon is a unique solution. Need to add a headless CMS to provide JSON to an Angular front end? Realised you need to add a CMS to an existing project quickly? Need content management for a site you want to run in Docker? Want a front end editor for legacy database tables? Lynicon can handle all these use cases and more.
Easy to use
Because Lynicon works so naturally with the MVC pattern in ASP.Net Core, it really only needs a developer who knows this to read 3 or 4 screens of information to understand Lynicon well enough to do normal CMS tasks.
It's just a library
Because Lynicon is just a library, it's super easy to install, just add the Nuget package and run 3 commands to set up the assets and the admin user. But even better, unlike many other CMSs where the CMS is the site, in Lynicon your site is the site and you add the CMS, which means it doesn't interfere with how you build your site or anything you add to it?
No database needed
Install the Lynicon.Extra nuget package and you can run your CMS site without a database saving cost and effort. Even better the backup file in which the content is stored is standard JSON, so you can use it to transfer content between environments.
Structured content as JSON
Content data usually needs sublists, but in most CMSs this is torturous, requiring creation of another content type and forming a tree of content items which then requires management and editing in different screens. In Lynicon you just define a sublist which you edit with all the other content.
Lynicon has a powerful and simple content API so in ASP.Net Core going headless is as simple as writing a few one-line API controllers. Even better, it can source structured JSON data.