WebGUI

  • Version

    7.5
  • Date Added
    (to site)

    November 28th, 2008
  • Author

    Plain Black Corporation
  • License

    GPL Version 2 (?)
  • Description

    WebGUI is an open source content management system built to give business users the ability to build and maintain
    complex web sites. Today, WebGUI is in use as a framework in several Global 1000 companies and is the driving force
    behind countless business and enterprise environments.

    Like an application server, WebGUI handles all the mundane tasks such as database connectivity, session
    management, and security. Then, WebGUI goes one step further. In WebGUI, custom applications can be built; once
    built, those applications can be reused over and over throughout a site.

    WebGUI provides power, versatility, and security. Everything in WebGUI is a template; this means everything in
    WebGUI can be customized to meet an organization’s specific needs. Navigation menus can be configured and site
    styles can be branded to make any site look and feel the way the organization intends. Existing applications can be
    modified to perform and look as envisioned. WebGUI is made to perform to your standards. This is why WebGUI is
    Web Done Right.

  • Platforms Supported

    MacLinux
  • Website

WebGUI

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