N/X 2002 Professional Edition Web Content Management System
N/X is a Web Content Management System written with php4 and mySQL. N/X is intend to be used by professional developers only. Features: flexible user-managment based on roles and groups, assign functions to roles, extensibilty of content-types with plugins, support of variations (sevaral languages, devices.), versioning (development and live-version), content-reuse, business partner homepages and login, integrated support for news-pages, catalouges etc. Static and dynamic Caching of created pages, authoring on layouts (WYSIWYG), Site statistics, different backend languages, extensible API. Templates are developed with plain php and the HTML. Note: N/X is also good for flash-based webpages and pages with complex layout.Visit publisher site: N/X 2002 Professional Edition Web Content Management System
Displaying 1-2 out of 2 reviews
A desginers nightmare. After unpacking this thing the user is left to shift files around to where they're needed for installation. If (big if) works then the user is left to shift the files around (again) to where they're needed for normal site use. If there were a separate category for "CMS that needs the most improvement" then this little gem would be the winner.
When I started first with N/X, I was a little bit confused. Not much things are the same like in other CMS. It took me two days to come behind the system and another two to start working with it efficiently. The documentation is not too big at this moment, more examples would be better. By now I have already developed four sites using this wonderful CMS. There is absolutely no data-redundancy, the way of structuring contents is more than excellent. I also have written my own Plugins and extended the system with a message-board. Multilanguage sites and Versioning are solved very clean. The releases are from time to time not prefect and have some (tiny) bugs. Nevertheless the authors always helped me within minutes. I would prefer this system to typo3 and phpCMS, because it does not use any proprietary standards or defines its own language.