eZ Publish Community
eZ Publish Community is a free, platform-independent, open source and very popular web-based User Experience Management Platform (UXP) and Content Management System (CMS) application for the GNU/Linux ecosystem.
Designed by the eZ Publish community
The eZ Publish project is developed, supported and distributed by eZ Systems, a commercial company, founded by open-minded and experienced people. eZ Publish Community is the community-developed, free version of the commercial eZ Publish development framework platform.
Put together by volunteers from the gigantic eZ Publish community, and distributed under the GPL license, the application offers an innovative, cutting-edge, creative and constantly evolving content management platform that can be easily deployed on your web server.
Features at a glance
Key features include flexible content repository that is capable of adapting to business or information architecture needs, support for publishing content everywhere, support for content-as-a-service, as well as support for content hubs.
Aiming to be a successful digital customer experience solution, eZ Publish offers enterprise-grade services while using open source software.This way, it provides for faster innovation where anyone can become a contributor and extend the apps’ functionality.
In order to ensure resource availability, the program makes use of the Symfony 2 standard web framework. Feature rich rest and public Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are also available to developers who want to integrate it into their projects.
What can I use it for?
You can use the eZ Publish application as a news and media website, as an online portal, as Intranet applications, as collaboration and social websites, as brand and corporate presence, as well as an e-Commerce solution.
Above all that, you can use the eZ Publish CMS and UXP platform on any operating system, as it’s a web-based solution that requires only the presence of a web browser. It has been successfully tested on 32-bit and 64-bit installation of GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows operating systems.