Open Source Content Management Systems

Open source is widely accepted and popularly known for its better quality, higher reliability, more flexibility, lower cost, and an end to predatory vendor lock in. Today, Open Source initiatives are equally competitive compared with any other proprietary solution frameworks or development platforms and profoundly leaping ahead by way of adoption by clients

Arts initiatives on Open Source based development practice is evolved over years in response to growing demands from global clients. Today, the team is a matured outfit and demonstrates proven competency helping clients to realize the power of Open Source based solutions.

Why Open Source?

Open Source based development and solution offers larger benefits in terms of:

  • Cost savings
  • Higher stability
  • Better access protection
  • Higher performance
  • Better functionality

The cost savings derived, using Open Source based development approaches are because :

  • It is secure by design
  • It is designed to interwork published interfaces and no hidden code
  • No forced change - it is written to ensure backwards compatibility
  • Low cost or free license fees
  • It is free from vendor lock in and vendor churn

Our expertise – Open Source CMS tools

We are continuously training, upgrading and scaling our resource pool dedicated to Open Source based development and research initiatives. While we are servicing our clients’ needs to customize and release productive solutions, we are consistently developing skills to use some of readily available tools, frameworks which are in wide use for quick time solutions. Our team is well versed in customization of such Open Source tools/frameworks like;

WordPress started as just a blogging system, but has evolved to be used as full content management system and so much more through the thousands of plugins, widgets, and themes available to suit your needs. Wordpress is also free and open source CMS and it is considered one of the most used content management systems out there and I might dare to say it is ruling out there. It uses PHP as a server side language and MySQL as a database.

Joomla is a free content management system, which enables you to build web sites and online applications. Many aspects, including its ease of use and extensibility, have made Joomla one of the most popular content management systems available. Best of all, Joomla is an open source solution that is freely available to everyone. It has many built in features but if that’s not enough you can take a look at the 4000+ extensions from the community.

DotNetNuke has become one of the most popular ASP.NET content management systems available. It is very flexible and customizable by utilizing a variety of skins, modules, templates, and data providers. While Microsoft .NET technology has not dominated the CMS platform playing field, DotNetNuke has been able to stand out from the crowd and lock in more than 1 million users.

We recommend different CMS systems for development based on the features, user experience and scalability.

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