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Alfresco 3 Cookbook

Alfresco 3 Cookbook

by Snig Bhaumik
380 Pages · 2011 · 23.3 MB · 3,922 Downloads · New!
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" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Advanced Joomla!
by Dan Rahmel
412 Pages · 2013 · 10.8 MB · 1,901 Downloads · New!
Advanced Joomla! teaches you advanced techniques for customizing a Joomla! CMS, including creating templates, administration, and building extensions. It will provide the technical know-how and a bonanza of information that will allow you to take your Joomla! sites to the next level.
Advanced Microsoft Content Management Server Development
by Andrew Connell
544 Pages · 2005 · 8.2 MB · 1,887 Downloads · New!
Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 is a dynamic web publishing system with which you can build websites quickly and cost-efficiently. MCMS provides the administration, authoring, and data management functionality, and you provide the website interface, logic, and workflow. Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server (SPS) also features in the book. SPS 2003 enables enterprises to deploy an intelligent portal that seamlessly connects users, teams, and knowledge so that people can take advantage of relevant information across business processes to help them work more efficiently.
Alfresco 3 Web Content Management
by Amita Bhandari
440 Pages · 2010 · 11.9 MB · 4,382 Downloads · New!
Alfresco provides a robust, easy to use, and scalable web content framework for managing multiple websites leveraging a common web infrastructure. If you are interested in configuring and building a new website quickly, determined to create a scalable infrastructure to stage multiple websites, and want to secure and control the content being pushed to external applications, then you have reached the right place.
Alfresco 3 Web Services
by Piergiorgio Lucidi
436 Pages · 2010 · 5.5 MB · 1,991 Downloads · New!
Alfresco 3 is the leading open source enterprise content management system that offers powerful features for interacting with the content in its repository from outside the system. These include the support for the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) implementation, reusable web scripts, and a Web Services API.
Beginning Backdrop CMS
by Todd Tomlinson
288 Pages · 2016 · 22.3 MB · 1,552 Downloads · New!
Learn what Backdrop CMS is and how it fulfills the role of a content management system, along with how to install and configure it. This book teaches how to create and manage content, taxonomy, users, page layouts, and menus to get the best site possible. You’ll also see how to install on shared hosting – which is a focus of the Backdrop CMS team – to make hosting your website affordable.
Beginning Django CMS
by Nigel George
175 Pages · 2015 · 5.93 MB · 3,843 Downloads · New!
Build a world-class website in less than a week with Django CMS. Beginning Django CMS shows you how to simply and easily write a dynamic website with a full content management system in the backend. It is written for Internet developers who are sick and tired of dealing with complicated, bloated website frameworks that are a pain to build and a nightmare to maintain. Django CMS is an Open Source website building framework that is experiencing exponential growth because it is built on the simple, secure and scalable architecture of Django. This book takes you from knowing nothing about Django CMS, to building a functional website and content management system that you can deploy for your own website or for your customers.