A lot of really great Laravel CMS systems have came out in the past year. Everything from the super powerful, to the minimal, to open source and commercial.
If you are looking to start a new site that needs a CMS and want the backend created in Laravel here is a list of the popular applications that are available today:
Statamic is built on Laravel and sports a Vue.js-powered control panel. As a developer, you can build, configure, and manage everything right in your code editor. As a client or content manager, you never have to leave the control panel. It’s all up to you.
October is a free, open-source, self-hosted CMS platform. A simple and modular CMS that grows with you, with a precise and beautiful interface that comes as second nature.
PyroCMS is an easy to use and powerful Laravel CMS built for everyone. It features a powerful and flexible API encourages good design and rewards best practices. Leaving developers with a clean, simple interface to build with and an incredibly strong underlying API to use when more complex solutions are needed.
Coaster is a developer’s and designer’s best friend. The days of wandering aimlessly through thousands of lines of code are finally gone (unless you want to). Coaster’s block based templating model, built upon Laravel 5’s blade system, makes it easy to keep track of your pages.
Quarx is a powerful Laravel CMS. It gives you the power to add a CMS to your app, rather than build your app around a CMS.
Botble is a CMS based on Laravel Framework that allows you to build websites for any purpose.
TypiCMS is a modular multilingual content management system built with Laravel. Out of the box you can manage pages, events, news, places, sliders, etc.
AsgardCms is a modular multilingual CMS built with Laravel 5, with an MIT license.
Photon CMS provides self-hosted content infrastructure enabling you to power content in any digital product.
The ones included in this roundup are some of the most popular content management systems for Laravel but it’s not exhaustive. There are many that are popular in certain languages like xPressEngine for the Korean language or the minimal apps like Canvas that are design specifically for blogging.