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Open Source Web CMS Jahia 6.5 Focuses on Composite Content Platform Approach

December 17, 2010 No Comments

Currently in beta, version 6.5 of Jahia Web CMS (news, site) brings considerable architectural changes to the table with focus on modularity, transition from page-centric to component-centric — all in a composite content platform.

What you will see in the 6.5 version revolves around these concepts:

  • Composite content platform approach
  • New integrated development environment (IDE) for development and assembly of composites called Jahia Studio
  • Jahia xCM (eXtended Content Management)
  • JahiApps for apps development and integration.

Technology Changes Overview

Quite a few items have changed under the Jahia Web CMS hood. Jahia is now organized in three layers:

  • Jahia Core
  • Jahia Services
  • Jahia Modules

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