dotCMS' 3.5-Enhancing Customer Experience
FREMONT, CA: The architect of well-known Java open sources for content management system, dotCMS has launched the latest/upgraded version of their dotCMS software called the 3.5. It will assist customers’ digital marketing teams to provide customized content for the users. The software has been redesigned to include new capacities for helping present day digital experts to focus on customer experience.
dotCMS allows developers to build all types of content driven web experiences. The software is built on open standards: JSON, XML, REST, Spring, OSGI and CMIS and supports almost any HTML5 & CSS3 frameworks. “Our strategy is to deliver our CMS software through two open source editions, the free Community Edition and the Enterprise Edition,” says Will Ezell, CTO of dotCMS. The Community Edition of the software is available as a free download enjoying an active community of project participants. The dotCMS Enterprise Edition is a fully supported, paid edition that comes in variations for different database formats and application servers. Open APIs (Application Program Interfaces) in dotCMS allow developers to push and pull content from other systems, without the need for any proprietary resources. “Since we’re built on open standards, both dotCMS editions easily integrate with any system,” notes Ezell.
Version 3.5 of the software is open source that will allow user to download it and utilize the benefits directly from company website without any need to upgrade or purchase any additional add-on modules to function. With all new targeted content and customized features incorporated into the firm’s new software edition, users can readily employ the benefits hassle-free.
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