Drupal is open-source software for web content management. It’s time to define amazing content that defines your customer experience. It provides a backend framework for at least 2.3% of all websites worldwide, it covers political, corporate, government sites, and many more like personal blogs.
Ghost is an easily accessible publishing technology for journalists and bloggers. This free Node.js-based engine is aimed to dive into writing posts. Ghost provides an extremely simple and convenient interface for maintaining own blogs and easily decorating them with themes from public or custom collections.
You can install the Ghost blogging system automatically and get it hosted on Cloudjiffy PaaS service providers just in a few clicks. Let’s examine how to perform the required steps and start using the platform on the full.
Spring Boot makes it easy to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring based Applications that you can “just run”.
We take an opinionated view of the Spring platform and third-party libraries so you can get started with minimum fuss. Most Spring Boot applications need minimal Spring configuration.
OwnCloud represents an open-source and free file cloud storage. It can be easily used for data sharing and synchronization, as well as just for storing documents.
You can have an OwnCloud instance up and running within minutes using the Cloudjiffy marketplace option.
Laravel is a free and open–source PHP framework. It is very useful for developing web applications using a Model-View-Controller (MVC) model. Most of the organizations and developers already recognized the power of the Laravel framework.
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Start and Grow your business with Joomla!
Joomla! is one of the world’s most popular software packages in the industry because it offers to build customized websites and applications.
Salient features of it are:
Git repositories became an integral part of the development process, and usually, they are administered with GitHub or BitBucket. But while having a private project you may not want to trust the code to the tool hosted by a third party. So in order to get the required control, flexibility, and simplicity within their own dedicated server, developers turn to GitLab installation.
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Today we’d like to continue the topic about building microservices and move from Fat (Uber) Jar to Thin Jar for Spring Boot projects. Thin Jar represents a compiled and packaged application code (business logic) of the project together with the third-party libraries it depends on.