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Podius is a flexible content management system that simplifies building of dynamic Web sites by providing clean ways to create, manage, and publish all kinds of complex content. It offers command-line and Web-based interfaces, and features an intuitive object model on top of a file-based or RDBMS-based persistence layer.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  09 Sep 2011 17:50

    Release Notes: This release improves the performance and garbage collection of the component persistence layer, introduces a number of new and enhances existing modules and scripts, makes serious enhancements in the template syntax, adds stability and polished output to several tools, improves internationalization support, and more.

    •  11 Sep 2009 14:32

      Release Notes: This release has a new translation tool, updated support for international standards (currencies, countries), a large number of usability features in dozens of scripts and modules, new ways to debug projects, and several new component property types.

      •  25 Dec 2007 07:45

        Release Notes: Component search was implemented using a new SQL-like syntax. A dozen new rich property types were added, including Rating, ScalableImage, Country, and Currency. The existing administration scripts were enhanced (all have --help) and new scripts were added for finding, traversing, cloning, and destroying components from the command line. WikiText was integrated using a new property type. A more useful sample model using the new Page component type was included. Improvements were made in template functionality and new built-in functions. A better translation infrastructure was provided along with a number of useful Perl modules and scripts to aid development.

        •  19 Feb 2006 16:13

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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