CMS has become fuzz in web development industry nowadays. It is more like a web based application that provides multiple users the capability to be assigned different level permissions to manage content, data and information of a website.
Managing content refers to creating, editing, archiving, and publishing, collaborating on, reporting, distributing website content, data and information.
An example of a CMS application is a Web Application that provides the following administration, control panel or website management functionalities:
Key features of Content Management System are :
We work on various Open Source Customization frameworks. Below we can find the advantages of using each CMS for particular business type.Wordpress :
It is better for beginners. Some features are, more easy to update content, easy adding/deleting pages in website, mobile responsive, easy to learn, develop SEO friendly websites with less hassle, frequently update website to increase sales, etc.Joomla :
It is more flexible and robust than Wordpress, special admin functionalities like user management, search polls, template management, with integrated help, SEO friendly with SEF plugin, deep level navigation, etc.Drupal :
It is highly customizable and can be aligned to fulfil customer’s requirements. It has an extensive API support for Facebook, Twitter, etc. It is most useful in developing enterprise level software because it ensures scalability, flexibility, manageability, security, interoperability and availability of resources.Magento :
It is good for custom ecommerce website development. It offers shopping cart development, multiple stores management and a step by step process to checkout. Many of Google Services can be integrated with Magento like Google Checkout and Analytics. It is easily integrated with third party applications and has some advanced tools for marketing purpose like sales monitoring, coupon generation, printing invoice, Setting up promotional pricing, bundled products, etc.