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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 25, 2009

CushyCMS is a relatively new approach to content management that allows you to take any website and add editing functionality and management to it using a very simple and easy to use interface. Today we're going to examine this new system in this CushyCMS Review and give you an overall view of how it works as well as rate it.In order to use Cushy, you do not install anything nor do you require... Read More →

Vivvo CMS Review

Vivvo CMS Review

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 25, 2009
Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 25, 2009

Today we're going to take you through our Vivvo CMS Review. Vivvo is a commercial offering from Spoonlabs and is a well priced article publishing CMS primarily used for News, magazine or other sites where you publish large amounts of articles with pictures and other media.Vivvo has been around for a while and has a very solid community and excellent support. Let's examine the install process and... Read More →

PHP Fusion Review

PHP Fusion Review

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 25, 2009
Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 25, 2009

Today we're going to take a look at the latest release of PHP Fusion: Core Edition 7 in this PHP Fusion Review. This is an interesting release and has been long awaited as version 6 has consistently been in the running for the PacktPub CMS awards that are held every year.I'm very eager to see what kind of improvements have been made. Let's examine some of the changes since version 6.There is a... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 25, 2009

One of the most prominent blog software platforms with one of the biggest communities in both the blog and CMS world, WordPress is a force to be reckoned with. Or is it? WordPress has been around for a long time and has/is growing like mad. It's like a weed. Except one you don't want to pull out of your garden because it keeps getting prettier, better and nicer. Today, we'll examine this popular... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Our latest interview is with Openedit founder Christopher Burkey. Openedit is an interesting project that was founded approximately 10 years ago and utilizes java as it's base. We always find it very interesting to get a chance to talk with people who have been indepth in the industry for quite sometime as there's always an opportunity to learn something new. So sit back, grab a coffee and enjoy... Read More →

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