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List of content management frameworks

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List of content management frameworks

A content management framework (CMF) is a system that facilitates the use of reusable components or customized software for managing Web content. It shares aspects of a Web application framework and a content management system (CMS).

Below is a list of notable systems that claim to be CMFs.
Name Technologies
Alfresco Java
Ametys CMS Java
Apache Jackrabbit Java
Apache Lenya Java, Apache Cocoon
Apache Sling Java, JSP, ECMAScript
AxKit Perl
Ayoola Framework PHP
Catalyst Perl
CherryPy Python
Cotonti PHP 5 and MySQL
Django-CMS Python, Django and MySQL/PostgreSQL
Drupal PHP and MySQL/MariaDB/PostgreSQL/SQLite
DotNetNuke .NET Framework, works with SQL Server (
eXo Platform Java, JCR works with MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQL Server
Exponent CMS An MVC framework using PHP and MySQL
eZ Publish PHP 5, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQL Server
Ilves Framework Heroku, Vaadin, Java, PostgreSQL
Jahia Java, JCR works with MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQL Server
Jakarta Slide Java
Jamroom PHP and MySQL
Joomla! PHP and MySQL
Joomla framework PHP
Liferay Java
Magnolia CMS Java
Mambo PHP and MySQL
Maypole Perl
Midgard GLib, D-Bus, PHP, Python and MySQL
MODX PHP 4.1.x-5 and MySQL 3.2x-5
Open Semantic Framework PHP, Drupal, RDF, and OWL
Orchard ASP.NET MVC and Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL or SQL Server Compact
OpenACS AOLserver and PostgreSQL or Oracle
Pimcore PHP 5.3+, Zend Framework and MySQL
Plone Python
ProcessWire PHP and MySQL
Refinery CMS Ruby on Rails
SilverStripe (Sapphire framework) PHP 5, works with MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server
Solodev PHP 5, MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQL Server
Symfony CMF PHP 5.3+ (NoSQL databases, RDBMS through PHPCR)
TangoCMS PHP 5 and MySQL
TYPO3 PHP, works with MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle.
Umbraco .NET Framework, works with SQL Server, VistaDB, with XSLT or .NET UserControls
Microsoft SharePoint Server .NET Framework, works with SQL Server or Windows Internal Database
Microsoft SharePoint Foundation .NET Framework, works with SQL Server or Windows Internal Database
WordPress PHP and MySQL
Xaraya PHP and MySQL
Zotonic Erlang with PostgreSQL

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