This is a list of best open source content management systems built on Node.js and MongoDB:
Apostrophe is a design-driven, in-context CMS built on Node.js and MongoDB. It provides the tools to develop both simple and complex content-driven websites through simple templating and modular functionality. The editing experience is designed around the idea that content mangement should be easy, and therefore editors can create and manage their content right on the page itself.
PencilBlue is an open source Node.js content management system that’s fully responsive and completely scalable. It’s extendable, easy to use, and is great for more than just blogs.
TaracotJS is fast and minimalist CMS based on Node.js. It has the following features:
MongoDB as a database storage and Redis for session storage – for maximum perfomance
Independent Module structure
Multilanguage support out of the box
Multifunctional file browser with drag-and-drop and Zip/Unzip support
Built-in website statistics
WYSIWYG-based page editor (based on CKEditor)
Crossplatfrom – works everywhere where Node.JS does
And many more
Keystone is a node.js based web framework that has bundled a bunch of helpful and powerful features to allow you to easily and very quickly develop a website.