Source Files – www.developphp.com In this Flash ActionScript 3.0, PHP, and MySQL tutorial video and source file download you can learn how to build slick CMS(Content Management Systems) for your client websites or for projects that require many people to input data. A Content Management System made in Flash makes editing content easier visually and physically for the user or client you have created it for. This method uses one PHP control file, one MySQL database(with 2 tiny tables in it), and a flash application that is programmed intelligently enough to display dynamic content from a MySQL database, or any database type system. We also have tutorials that show how to use a flat text file as database, or an XML file as databse if your environment cannot run MySQL easily. Brought to you by FlashBuilding.com
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This is the Official Guide on the award-winning SilverStripe programming framework, authored by the creators of the open source CMS. SilverStripe is a robust and flexible website content management system (CMS) tightly integrated with an application framework.Â It is open source and embraces modern system architecture and agile development methodologies. Intermediate developers can implement powerful websites and web-applications quickly and customi… More >>
By Partho, Gaea News Network (original source: Simple Thoughts Blog)
Before heading towards Java content management systems(CMS), let’s know what CMS is all about. To put it in simple words, CMS is a system that assists in managing the contents of a website. CMS comprises of two components – content management application (CMA) and the content delivery application (CDA). With the help of tools provided by CMA an content manager or author with knowledge of HTML( for some applications it’s not required) can create, edit, manage, or remove content from the website without any help from IT experts. Using the CDA tools are used to complile the information and publishes it on the website.
Typically, a CMS includes web-based publishing, format management, revision control, and indexing, search, and retrieval. In the recent years, there has been a horde for enterprises content management systems that assists businesses in managing their news articles, operators’ manuals, technical manuals, sales guides, and marketing brochures on websites. Having said that, I must add that there are sophisticated CMS high on prices, but for those on budget should obviously look for free content management software. This brought me across the lists free open-source Java based CMS to be installed and managed on your supplied web server. There are several software to choose from, so to makes things easier for you I picked the Top 10 Java based Content Management Software.