Sep 13, 2012
Vikas

10 Most Popular Java Based CMS

CMS is the short form that is used in place of the term content management system and this is a very effective software which provides a very easy and simple way of using a website. It helps to use the administrating and authoring tools and this is for those users who do not have a lot of knowledge about the tactics of web programming or all the types of markup languages.

Content management system or CMS makes it very easy for those people to work with the site and manage the content of the website without any kind of major difficulties. The content management systems that are available are of various types such as PHP content management systems, ROR content management system and even Java CMS (content management system). Talking of CMS some of these are ready to use, are equipped with full features and they make it a lot simpler for those people who are unaware of all the technical terms needed to operate and manage the website.

These java based CMS does not a separate administration interface this is what makes it easier to edit by just dragging and dropping or point and click.these content management systems are hence very easy to use and absolutely free and are most helpful for the people who have the least knowledge of technical terms.

There are plenty of some best article that shares best free resources/tools for developers, tools for designers, Ruby on Rails CMS, Resources for learning Java, java IDEs and many more. Today our compilation is best java based CMS. Visit this list and share your thought in our comment section below.

1) Walrus

Easy to use edit-in-place java based content management system built on Spring framework. The aim of the system is to make web content editing simple like in word processor.

Features: -
1) In-place editing
2) Drag and drop
3) Undo / redo
4) Easy to set up
5) Spring framework based and easily extendable
6) 2 years in development
7) Deployed in corporate, government and non-profit environments

2) Open CMS

OpenCms from Alkacon Software is a professional, easy to use website content management system. OpenCms helps content managers worldwide to create and maintain beautiful websites fast and efficiently. OpenCms is based on Java and XML technology. It can be deployed in an open source environment (e.g. Linux, Apache, Tomcat, MySQL) as well as on commercial components (e.g.  Windows NT, IIS, BEA Weblogic, Oracle).

3) Asbru web content management

Ready to use, full-featured, database-driven web content management system (CMS) with integrated community, databases, e-commerce and statistics modules for creating, publishing and managing rich and user-friendly Internet, Extranet and Intranet websites. The Asbru Web Content Management System is so simple and easy to use that anybody can manage your website without special training – and flexible and powerful enough to keep your super users and web designers/developers happy.

4) Pulse- The Java Web Application Framework

5) Magnolia CMS

Magnolia powers the virtual presence of governments as well as leading enterprises in more than 100 countries on all continents of the world. It is a leading Enterprise Content Management System favored for its ease-of-use and availability under an Open Source license.

6) Meshcms

MeshCMS is an online editing system written in Java. It provides a set of features usually included in a CMS, but it uses a more traditional approach: pages are stored in regular HTML files and all additional features are file-based, without needing a database.

7) Infoglue

We have dedicated ourselves to make InfoGlue the fast, reliable, userfriendly and cost effective way to manage and publish your organisation’s information on the web. InfoGlue 2.9 does this is better than any previous version and is a great step forward. InfoGlue have step by step matured into one of the most advanced, scalable and robust Open Source content management / portal platforms available.

8) jadasite

9) enonic-cms

Enonic CMS is a complete software platform including a portal for presentation through various digital channels and a content management system tailored for medium to large organizations with a defined web strategy.

10) lenya apache

Apache Lenya is an Open Source Java/XML Content Management System and comes with revision control, multi-site management, scheduling, search, WYSIWYG editors, and workflow.

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3 Comments

  • I think you are missing Hippo CMS (http://www.onehippo.com/en/products/cms) , which should definitely be in this list. Hippo CMS is an open source, standards based (Spring, JCR, Wicket) CMS and has a separated architecture (repository, CMS and the HST front-end toolkit).
    It has a clear separation between content and layout and is powering both governmental and commercial websites around the globe.

  • I am very satisfied with JEASE (www.jease.com) that is an extremely lightweight Java CMS with an excellent Ajax interface. It is extremely simple to deploy, customize and extend. Content management is intuitive and interactive.

  • No Alfresco? Kidding?

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