Web Content Management Systems, a Collaborative Environment in the Information Society

  • Mican D
  • Tomai N
  • Coros R
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Abstract

The aim of the present paper is to analyze the main models of collaboration and the use of a Web CMS, in order to develop an online community. Taking into consideration the multitude of the existing Web CMSs on the market and their diverse functionalities, we conducted a prospective study that tests the development trends in the field, with the view of finding out which are the most important Web CMSs in practice, and which are the most important functionalities they have to possess, in order to develop a collaborative online community. The results of the study show that the most popular Web CMS is Joomla, and the most widespread programming language is PHP. Likewise, we consider that this study can help the entry-level web developers to get an overview of the most popular Web CMSs, and their functionalities. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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  • 5240:Software & systems
  • 9130:Experiment/theoretical treatment
  • Collaboration
  • Computers
  • Content management software
  • Studies
  • collaboration
  • content management
  • web content management systems

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Authors

  • Daniel Mican

  • Nicolae Tomai

  • Robert Ioan Coros

  • Robert Ioan Coroş

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