OpenWGA Content Manager 7.1 features a streamlined and enhanced management of document files.
Open Source Java based Enterprise CMS
Real WYSIWYG - Inline Editing - No Forms
Showing just an RTF-Editor in a popup window is not how we understand WYSIWYG. Authors need exact control over paragraph length and line breaks, table widths and image sizes to create great looking content.
Ready for business critical enterprise web applications
A set of advanced technologies like its secure cluster architecture, JMX monitoring, SSO via SPNEGO, CMIS and the integrated REST-API makes OpenWGA Java CMS the optimal platform to run business critical enterprise applications.
Scalable, Robust and Secure
When Availability matters
Together with clustered DBMS platforms like Percona XtraDB Cluster OpenWGA cluster can be used in distributed data center environments (WAN/Geo-Clustering).
Optimal Image Pixel Sizes
Adaptive Images and Responsive Designs
OpenWGA creates and manages image variants in different sizes and automatically uses optimized images on Retina displays where ever possible.
Enjoy the Difference
Who will love OpenWGA
The Authoring UI of OpenWGA Java CMS is easy to use yet extremely flexible and powerful.
The 3-panel-UI reminds to desktop Apps like MS Powerpoint. All elements are edited "inline". Drag&drop is used to upload files, create links or restructure the site.
The concept of content modules gives authors the flexibility they are dreaming of.
Developers hate to be forced to use a wild collection of tools like low level source code editors or command line tools not aware about the context they are working on.
The free Eclipsed based OpenWGA Developer Studio perfectly supports the CMS development process by delivering
all necessary tools to create, develop, deploy and share OpenWGA java CMS
It's the nature of a java based CMS like OpenWGA to be able to integrate with everything.
OpenWGA goes further: LDAP connectivity, a well documented CMS-Server-API, Lotus Domino connectivity, Single Sign On using SPNEGO, CMIS and WebDAV and a robust REST-API are only a few technologies making integration with backend systems easy.