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Content Management System solution has been around for long and becomes a common solution for digital content creation and publishing. Here we will see several mainline products in CMS solution that has been around as a common cms solution.
Sitecore is an enterprise .NET platform, known mostly for its innovative push on the boundary of what most CMS’s offer...
Joomla is an open-source CMS that offers its users a buffet of useful plugins...
The original iteration of WordPress was a basic blogging platform, however it can be also an enterprise level CMS...
Sitecore is an enterprise .NET platform, known mostly for its innovative push on the boundary of what most CMS’s offer, in that it offers a series of marketing-specific functions as part of its “digital marketing suite”. Sitecore is an entire framework that enables you to create reusable site components in one repository.
Feature highlight: built on Microsoft Net 2.0 technology, a highly customizable workflow engine, robust scalability capacity, multisite and multilingual functionality, and intuitive end user interface.
Sitecore is, however, only available through licensed partners with skilled, certified developers. Sitecore's licensing fee starts at $40,000 and is another $8,000 for each additional year. The implementation cost starts at $65,000, and support and other licensing fees cost around $10,000 ongoing each year.
The original iteration of WordPress was a basic blogging platform, however it can be also an enterprise level CMS. Wordpress is currently leading in CMS market, having around 60% US market sharein CMS solution.
Feature highlight: Easy publishing tools, Easy installation process and frequent upgrades, Pre-optimization for SEO, User management options, Intuitive media management, and Huge community support.
Compatibility issues arising from the integration of third party applications or programs are also likely to be minimal on a WP supported site. There is also an apparent security issue. Between 2014 and 2016, over 100,000 WordPress and Joomla websites were redirecting visitors to an exploit that used browser vulnerabilities to infect operating systems.
Joomla is an open-source CMS that offers its users a buffet of useful plugins, sharp default templates and a robust community for support. Joomla requires a bit of technical knowledge, however setup and installation are relatively straightforward.
Feature hightlight: Multilingual capacity, Integrated user support system, Easy content versioning, Simple frontend editing, Banner management, Powerful extensibility, Mobile Content Delivery, and Multi-user authoring.
There are some problems occured with approval processes and rights management. However, it’s fairly intuitive and user-friendly. Joomla is geared perfectly for small and medium sized e-commerce sites.
For all the worth and highlights current conventional CMS offers, there are some points needed to be provided within CMS solution. Here, we present three main values a CMS solution need to provide in order to elevate and give assurance to user of a proper CMS solution deliverable.
A new concept of CMS solution arises in the form of Headless CMS. Here, we will see how this CMS solution concept are able to fill in the gap left by conventional CMS solution. nice
How it works?
In conventional CMS, CMS code is tightly connected with templates and custom code. You have less freedom to use any development tools, as they might be non-appropriate.
While conventional CMS may also provide an API for non-web channels, they are not built as API-first solutions to makes the content available through any channel and evolve over time. They do not give the true benefits of headless CMS scalability.
Conventional CMS usually expose the CMS code on the public server, which can lead to security issues. You do not have full control over the application life cycle and always having to interfere with CMS code.