Use various open source applications (web content management systems) to easily start your web projects:
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With WordPress you can instantly create a blog, a complete website or a social network. The functionality of this open source content management system can be extended through plugins.
As a powerful open source content management system (CMS), Joomla! can be used for managing simple websites and also complex business presentations. The functionality can be extended through additional components, modules and plugins.
TYPO3 is used mainly for creating professional websites and is based on the PHP scripting language. MySQL, MariaDB or Oracle databases can be used. Extensions with many functions can be integrated without the need for custom code.
Drupal is a flexible open source content management system which allows you to create many different projects. Its extensive features for assigning functions and rights make Drupal also suitable for collaborative article editing. The functionality can be continuously extended through a wide range of modules.
Magento offers full flexibility and control over the design, content and functionality of your online stores. With this e-commerce solution, you can manage several stores with separate catalogs on different domains.
ZenPhoto is a content management system particularly suitable for graphic artists, designers, photographers, filmmakers and musicians. It supports both picture galleries as well as audio and video formats.
WebCalendar allows you to manage personal, group- and business-related appointments. This web-based calendaring and scheduling system includes an e-mail reminder system, a task manager, a diary system, a contact list manager and a note manager.
With phpBB you can quickly and easily create a communication platform. This open source software is based on the PHP scripting language and supports many types of databases.
Moodle is a software for online learning platforms which helps you to design your courses as you wish. Moodle supports self-study courses, courses with instructor feedback and collaborative courses with a high degree of interactivity.
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