CMS, Java, Open Source, Platforms, Programming languages, software development, Software Development Services, Web

Magnolia as Open Source CMS

Java brings a lot of popular and user-friendly frameworks, content management systems and servers that help to simplify the application development process, website management process and much more irrespective of the size and complexity of the project. When it comes to CMS, Java possesses a host of CMSs that have been highly recognized in the… Continue reading Magnolia as Open Source CMS

Computing, Google, IT Trends, Open Source, Programming languages, software development, Software Development Services

Golang: pros and cons

The Go Programming Language (Go) is an open-source programming language sponsored by Google and created by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software. Go has gained popularity since it was first announced in 2009, and it’s now being used by many companies worldwide and… Continue reading Golang: pros and cons

Node.js, PHP, software development

NodeJS vs PHP: what is better?

The competition in the server side programming department is getting tougher with each month, especially with the recent popularity of NodeJS. However let`s look how everything began. PHP appeared about 20 years ago, in 1995 and ever since then it has been a number one language for back-end developers and has gathered a big community… Continue reading NodeJS vs PHP: what is better?

Drupal, Microsoft, Sharepoint

SharePoint or Drupal: What is a wiser choice?

Today I would like to draw your attention towards Business viewpoint in comparison of SharePoint and Drupal.So let the story begin. Initially SharePoint was created as a document management system and has over time, through continuous expansion and new features, taken on some similarity to a content management system. So for today SharePoint is being positioned… Continue reading SharePoint or Drupal: What is a wiser choice?