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Java is a computer programming language used for a general purpose which is simultaneous, object-oriented, based on classes, and properly elaborated to include as less dependencies of implementation as possible. Its principal advantage is it allow application developers to “write once and run anywhere”, basically it means that compiled Java code can be launched on different platforms which cooperate with Java, and it doesn’t require you to recompile the code. Java apps are generally compiled to bytecode which can be run on diverse Java virtual machine (JVM) despite their computer architecture. In 2015, Java is considered to be one of the leading languages, peculiarly for client-server web-apps, besides it counts approximately 9 million developers involved in working with Java. Originally, the language was invented by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems and introduced in 1995 as the main component of Java platform. In fact, a part of its syntax is derived from C and C++, however, it is much better developed. Below, we will tell you about core Java principles, the best CMS, and key requirements. Continue Reading
ASP.NET is a server-side web application framework designed by Microsoft. The project is open source and its main goal is a creation of dynamic Web pages. ASP.NET allows to build dynamic websites, web apps and services. Continue Reading
We have already told about PHP and Ruby on Rails CMS, and now it is time to speak about content management systems based on Django which is a free web application framework. Django is open source and it is written in Python following the architectural pattern “model–view–controller”. The aforementioned language is widely used for settings, files, and data models. The framework was designed to ease the creation of compound, database-driven websites. Django relies on reusability and “pluggability” of its components; the “don’t repeat yourself” principle; and optional administrative interface designed to create, update, read, and delete different content. The most well-known Django based sites are Pinterest, The Washington Times, Instagram, Public Broadcasting Service, etc. Continue Reading
Ruby on Rails or just Rails is a web application framework. It is open source full-stack framework written in Ruby. Rails relies on well-known software engineering patterns and paradigms, such as CoC, DRY, MVC, etc. Despite that the largest CMSs run on PHP, there are also solutions based on Rails. It is also possible to use a lot of other languages for creating a content management system, but Ruby on Rails has its unique advantages.
First of all it’s a significant cost saving. By choosing Ruby on Rails, you get a free development toolkit. This toolkit works on an operating system which is free and operates with databases and servers most of which are also free. Using a cost-free platform, you are able to reduce costs dramatically. At the same time, you don’t have to sacrifice any performance, speed or security. Continue Reading
A content management system or CMS is an application that allows publishing and editing content from a central interface. Such systems are often used to run news and shopping websites or blogs. CMSs are also used by different corporate and marketing websites. Their main aim is to avoid the hand coding, but often content management systems support it for some certain parts of the website. CMSs provide different permissions to different users, that allow them access to specific elements of the project. As a result, content management systems reduce the workload and make the working process easier to manage.