- Image gallery with slideshow
- File manager with uploads up to 2GB
- Shop with checkout through PayPal
- Downloadable product options
- Multilanguage content labels editable with wiki style revisions
- WYSIWYG content editor (TinyMCE)
- Automatic image resizing and thumbnail generation
- Image and configuration caching
- Multi-tier event logging system
- Group/activity permission matrix for security
- Site search
- Web form generation functions
- Easy installation
- Programmer-friendly Model View Controller architecture
Saint is Magento's lighter, faster little brother. It uses 15x less memory and runs approximately 8x faster than Magento making it perfect for small businesses who don't wish to pay for dedicated hosting.
Security is a prime concern in Saint design. A two-tier required check covers all data manipulation. First, user permissions are checked against a group/action access grid which allows complete custom control over user abilities. Second, all data is sanitized strictly (by whitelist pattern where possible) before being passed to the database or filesystem to prevent malicious actions from being executed via innocent seeming commands.
Saint also improves upon the traditional paradigm of systems with an editable content area surrounded by a static template. Saint is designed to enable rapid development of sites with custom dynamic data. Text or images anywhere on the site can be modified via the inline Saint interface without requiring special code to handle each new field. This means the sites you deliver to your clients will no longer have generic blocks of editable content; instead, they will be tailored to your client's specific needs.
A system internally called "repeating blocks" provides significant benefits to development time. Have you ever coded a blog? In Saint it's as easy as writing a template for post title, date, and contents. Saint will automatically allow you to duplicate it as many times as you wish with different label text in each block. Don't worry though, Saint comes with a blog built in.