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Książki \ Programowanie \ CMS

Web Content Management Język: 2

978-1-4919-0812-9

Cena Brutto: 168.00

Cena netto: 160.00

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Wersja: Drukowana
Autor Deane Barker
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Wydawnictwo O'Reilly Media
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Data_Wydania 2016-03-26

Web Content

Management



Looking to select a web content management system (CMS), but confused about the promises, terminology, and buzzwords? Do you want to understand content management without having to dive into the underlying programming? This book provides a clear, unbiased overview of the entire CMS ecosystem from platforms to implementations in a language and platform-agnostic manner for project managers, executives, and new developers alike.


Author Deane Barker, a CMS consultant with almost two decades of experience, helps you explore many different systems, technologies, and platforms. By the end of the book, you’ll have the knowledge necessary to make decisions about features, architectures, and implementation methods to ensure that your project solves the right problems.

  • Learn what content is, how to compare different systems, and what the roles of a CMS team are
  • Understand how a modern CMS models and aggregates content, coordinates workflow, and manages assets
  • Explore the scope and structure of a CMS implementation project
  • Learn the process and best practices for successfully running your CMS implementation
  • Examine the practice of migrating web content, and learn how to work with an external CMS integrator


Pragniemy Państwa zapewnić, iż dokładamy wszelkich możliwych starań, by opisy książek i podręczników, zawarte na naszych stronach internetowych, zawierały bieżące i wiarygodne materiały. Może jednak, mimo naszych wysiłków, w opisy książek wkraść się przekłamanie z naszej strony niezamierzone. Nie może to stanowić powodu do roszczeń. O ile macie Państwo jakiekolwiek pytania lub wątpliwości - prosimy o kontakt z naszym ekspertem lub działem handlowym. Postaramy  się odpowiedzieć na wszystkie Państwa pytania zanim podejmiecie Państwo decyzje o złożeniu zamówienia.
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  1. The Basics

    1. Chapter 1What Content Management Is (and Isn’t)

      1. What Is Content?
      2. What Is a Content Management System?
      3. Types of Content Management Systems
      4. What a CMS Does
      5. What a CMS Doesn’t Do
    2. Chapter 2Points of Comparison

      1. Target Site Type
      2. Systems Versus Implementations
      3. Platform Versus Product
      4. Open Source Versus Commercial
      5. Technology Stack
      6. Management Versus Delivery
      7. Coupled Versus Decoupled
      8. Installed Versus Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
      9. Code Versus Content
      10. Code Versus Configuration
      11. Uni- Versus Bidirectional Publishing
      12. Practicality Versus Elegance, and the Problem of Technical Debt
    3. Chapter 3Acquiring a CMS

      1. Open Source CMSs
      2. Commercial CMSs
      3. Software-as-a-Service
      4. Build Your Own
      5. Questions to Ask
    4. Chapter 4The Content Management Team

      1. Editors
      2. Site Planners
      3. Developers
      4. Administrators
      5. Stakeholders
  2. The Components of Content Management Systems

    1. Chapter 5CMS Feature Analysis

      1. The Difficulties of Feature Analysis
      2. An Overview of CMS Features
    2. Chapter 6Content Modeling

      1. Data Modeling 101
      2. Data Modeling and Content Management
      3. Separating Content and Presentation
      4. Defining a Content Model
      5. Relationships
      6. Content Composition
      7. Content Model Manageability
      8. A Summary of Content Modeling Features
    3. Chapter 7Content Aggregation

      1. The Shape of Content
      2. Content Geography
      3. Aggregation Models: Implicit and Explicit
      4. Aggregation Functionality
      5. By Configuration or by Code
      6. A Summary of Content Aggregation Features
    4. Chapter 8Editorial Tools and Workflow

      1. The Content Lifecycle
      2. The Editing Interface
      3. Versioning, Version Control, and Version Labels
      4. Dependency Management
      5. Content Scheduling and Expiration
      6. Workflow and Approvals
      7. Collaboration
      8. Content File Management
      9. Permissions
      10. A Summary of Editorial Tools
    5. Chapter 9Output and Publication Management

      1. The Difference Between Content and Presentation
      2. Templating
      3. Publishing Content
      4. A Summary of Output Management and Publication Features
    6. Chapter 10Other Features

      1. Multiple Language Handling
      2. Language Rules
      3. Personalization, Analytics, and Marketing Automation
      4. Form Building
      5. URL Management
      6. Multisite Management
      7. Reporting Tools and Dashboards
      8. Content Search
      9. User and Developer Ecosystem
    7. Chapter 11APIs and Extensibility

      1. The Code API
      2. Plug-in Architectures
      3. Customizing the Editorial Interface
      4. Repository Abstraction
      5. Pluggable Authentication
      6. Web Services
      7. Scheduled or On-Demand Jobs
  3. Implementations

    1. Chapter 12The CMS Implementation

      1. Principle Construction Versus Everything Else
      2. Types of Implementations
      3. Preimplementation
      4. The Implementation Process
    2. Chapter 13Content Migration

      1. The Editorial Challenge
      2. Automated or Manual?
      3. The Migration Process
      4. Migration Script Development
      5. A Final Word of Warning
    3. Chapter 14Working with External Integrators

      1. Engagement Models
      2. Sales and Scoping
      3. Costs
      4. Written Agreements
      5. Production
      6. Training and Support
      7. A Final Word
    4. Chapter 15Where Content Management Is Going

      1. Fewer Open Source CMSs Will Get Traction
      2. Decoupling Will Make a Comeback
      3. Focus on Marketing Tools and Integration Will Increase
      4. Entry-Level SaaS Will Eat Away the Lower End of the Market
      5. Multichannel Distribution Will Increase
      6. Distributed Content Intake Will Start to Grow
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