Hippo CMS – a Java Open Source Web Content Management Solutions

Hippo CMS is an open-source information centered Content Management System. The Hippo CMS project was initiated and is maintained by Hippo. It’s targeted at medium to large organisations managing content for multi-channel distribution like web sites and intranets. It facilitates an open and flexible way of using your information by following international accepted open standards.

Hippo is a Java Open Source Web Content Management system that enables a true, open and context-aware content strategy.

Hippo CMS is a Java Open Source Web content management (WCM) solution that drives high performance Web properties. Hippo’s focus is to enable organizations to empower audiences to consume content on their terms.

Open Source and Open Standards

Hippo CMS is user friendly, has an open architecture and is designed for interoperability with existing environments. Hippo CMS is built to integrate external sources of content into one. Therefore, it uses all relevant open standards to allow this integration. For many existing sources, connectors are available in the codebase.

The open architecture of Hippo CMS has the following key points:

  • Faceted repository
  • Open source
  • Content repository API for Java, JSR-170
  • Works with open standards
  • Reuse of content
  • Separation of content, design, logic and the CMS itself.
  • User friendly user interface
  • Native XML, 100% Java
  • No vendor lock-in

Hope you will enjoy this. Cheers… 😉

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About Sanju
I am Software Programmer. I am working in JAVA/J2EE Technologies.

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