Hippo CMS is an open source Java CMS for creating personalized experiences across all channels. Hippo's modular architecture and support for open standards make it the ideal solution for agile development and open integration.
Hippo CMS is a Java-based open source web content management platform. It uses modern web architectures, open standards and open source components throughout. In all layers of the architecture, open and extensible APIs are available for integrating Hippo into your existing application architecture.
The Hippo architecture is highly modular. This modular and clean architecture has several technical benefits such as ease of integration and great scalability, and also functional benefits such as content reuse.
Hippo CMS is a powerful, enterprise-class foundation to deliver outstanding Customer Experiences based on Enterprise Agility and Innovation Power. Hippo CMS is open source, 100% Java and convinces with its lean product architecture that is built for uptime, security and performance.
IT folks love Hippo because they can create new functionality quickly and can integrate with other systems in no-time. And it's just fun to work with the latest and coolest technology.
Hippo CMS is fully customizable through a GUI plugin architecture based on the Apache Wicket web application framework.
Magnolia is an open-source content management system (CMS) developed by Magnolia International Ltd., based in Basel, Switzerland. It is based on Content repository API for Java.
Magnolia CMS is Java-based content management system that uses a JCR repository to store, retrieve and search data
Magnolia is the Central Hub for all your Web, Mobile and Internet of Things Initiatives.
1)EASY TO USE
2)PUBLISH EVERYTHING, REACH EVERYONE
3)CONNECT DATA FROM ANY SOURCE
4)ENGINEERED FOR FLEXIBILITY
In Magnolia, Jackrabbit persists data to a Derby database by default. A light-weight embedded Derby database contains the Magnolia software, configuration, and two demonstration websites in a single download for trying out the system.
Production environments commonly replace Derby with an enterprise-scale database such as MySQL, PostgreSQL or Oracle.
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OpenCms is an open source content management system written in Java. It is distributed by Alkacon Software under the LGPL license. OpenCms requires a JSP Servlet container such as Apache Tomcat.
OpenCms is a website content management system (CMS) that allows to maintain a public website, an extranet or an intranet with little or no help by an external agency or internet professional.
It is a CMS application with a browser-based work environment, asset management, user management, workflow management, a WYSIWYG editor, internationalization support, content versioning, and many more features including proxying of requests to another endpoint.
OpenCms provides a professional, cost effective Open Source alternative to high expensive and proprietary "commercial" solutions, ready to be deployed by organizations or enterprises of any size.
OpenCms is true Open Source Software and thus there are no licensing costs for using the software.
One of the main benefits of Open CMS is its cost effectiveness. For, regardless of the number of servers the software is installed on, it does not require the purchase of a licence.
Companies are also provided with full access to the source code which means they are free to make any adjustments required to suit their business's needs.
Liferay is an open source and free enterprise portal, which is mainly used to enable corporate extranet and intranet. It is also described as a web application framework or content management framework. It has all the features that a website can offer to its users.
Liferay Portal is a web platform with features commonly required for the development of websites and portals. Liferay includes a built-in web content management system allowing users to build websites and portals as an assembly of themes, pages, portlets/gadgets and a common navigation.
Liferay is sometimes described as a content management framework or a web application framework. Liferay's support for plugins extends into multiple programming languages, including support for PHP and Ruby portlets.
The reasons to use Liferay Portal for your website are simple: it provides a robust platform to serve your site to all clients, be they desktop, mobile, or anything in between; it provides all the standard applications you need to run on your site; and it provides an easy to use development framework for new applications or customization.
In addition to this, Liferay Portal is developed using an open source methodology, by people from around the world. The code base is solid, and has been proved to be reliable and stable in mission critical deployments in diverse industries.
DotNetNuke is a web content management system based on Microsoft .NET. The Community Edition is open source.
DotNetNuke is a program that runs on Microsoft ASP.NET. It is also a framework, meaning, it is a program that is designed to be extended. One of the ways you extend the framework is to create modules. These modules are installed inside a DotNetNuke installation and when they run in that DotNetNuke installation they extend the framework to create a DotNetNuke website also called a portal.
1)A rich-text editor
3)Cloud-ready with MS Azure compatibility
4)Mobile API and basic mobile device detection
5)Core written in C#
6)Single installation, multiple portals
7)Social API (in DNN 6.2 and above)
8)Modern client-side Web tools like CSS 3, HTML 5 and JQuery
11)Administration features like: security roles, protected content and site log