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eZ Publish

eZ Publish

eZ Publish is a professional PHP application framework with advanced CMS (content management system) functionality. As a CMS its most notable feature is its revolutionary, fully customizable and extendable content model. This is also what makes it suitable as a platform for general PHP development, allowing people to develop professional Internet applications fast.

Standard CMS functionality, like news publishing, e-commerce and forums is already implemented and ready for you to use. Its stand-alone libraries can be used for cross-platform, database independent PHP projects.

eZ Publish is database, platform and browser independent. Because it is browser based it can be used and updated from anywhere as long as you have access to the Internet.

 eZ Publish 5.4

Price
Free to download

Size
69.6MB
License

GNU GPL or eZ Publish Professional License

Developer
eZ Systems

Website
ez.no

System Requirements
Apache 1.3 or 2
mod_php
MySQL 5.0.51a or higher
PostgreSQL 8 or higher
ImageMagick (if no GD support)
PHP 5.3.3 or higher
PHP extensions: all default extensions, PCRE, GD, Curl (optional), JSON (optional)
PHP add-ons: eZ Components, PEAR, PHP-CLI, Accelerator like APC (optional)

Support:
Support, Developer Resources, Build an eCommerce Website with eZ publish, Build Table-less CSS Layouts with eZ publish, Rebuilding Gradlink Using eZ publish, Planet eZ publish

Selected Reviews:
sitepoint, sitepoint

Features include:

  • User defined content classes and objects
  • Advanced search engine
  • Role based permissions system
  • Advanced template engine
  • Version control
  • Professional workflow management
  • Multi-lingual support
  • Support for Unicode
  • Task system for easy collaboration
  • Image conversion and scaling
  • Database abstraction layer
  • XML handling and parsing library
  • SOAP communication library
  • Localisation and internationalisation libraries
  • Several other reusable libraries
  • SDK (software development kit)
  • Full documentation

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