Because NexEdit is designed to tap into any existing database, you don't have to make any changes to your website at all. Stop worrying about code snippets and experience the freedom of not having to worry about your CMS while coding.
As the beta tag implies, NexEdit is under active development. That means that I'm not only actively listening to feature requests and bug reports, I'm also handling support through Twitter or e-mail myself. Support by the actual developer. It doesn't get any better.
Building a site for a non-techy client? NexEdit was built from the beginning with simplicity in mind, and it shows. In fact, I dare your client to get lost.
NexEdit is what you get when you let a designer create a CMS. Say goodbye to Times New Roman, because ample alpha layers ensure that you and your clients can edit your content in style.
NexEdit's setup process uses heuristics to guess how you want to integrate a given field, saving you precious time and getting you up and running even faster. We're talking minutes here, not hours.
I built NexEdit because it was something I needed myself as a web developer. Now that it's done, I want everyone to be able to enjoy it, free of charge.
My name is Dries Oeyen. I'm an engineering student at Group T in Belgium, Europe who spends his spare time developing spiffy websites. I made NexEdit because I wasn't satisfied with the existing crop of CMS solutions: they were either too complex, required me to change my code or forced me to rely on a third party server. NexEdit is my attempt at fixing these problems: it's a beautifully simple CMS that requires practically no effort on your part to set up and even less to use.
Need help? I'm here for you! If you need quick help, shoot a tweet to @NexEdit. If you can't fit your problem in 140 characters, feel free to send an e-mail to email@example.com. I handle all support for NexEdit myself, so please allow me some time to answer your questions.
Just want to say hello? Here are some links. Let's be firstname.lastname@example.org