MGR-CMS uses the Django administration interface to enable live modifications of site content. It uses Bootstrap3 for layout management. I wrote MGR shortly after reading Harry Percival's book "Test-Driven Development with Python" (which is fantastic, and highly recommend it), so I tried to follow those principles, and kind of succeeded. There could still be more testing, and the tests are a bit broken in the public version in which I removed all of the mint-specific content.
MGR doesn't include fancy things like a genome browser, or Blast searching. Those things were planned, but I ran out of time/interest before implementing them. It's mostly just a nice interface for species information pages and downloads.
When you make a new page, MGR handles all of the menu-item creation, but you still have to write the html for the main body of the page.
At the time of this writing, a live deployment of MGR can be found here, although the plan is to take that down and replace it with a Tripal site.
|main page of MGR|
|MGR Admin main page|
|Editing a species page|