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manifest in .Net

Posted By: Narayanan     Posted Date: December 24, 2011    Points:5   Category :.NET Framework
What is manifest?

Author: kamlesh             
Posted Date: December 28, 2011     Points: 20   

Manifest is an XML based, database driven Content Management System (CMS) for satisfying corporate communications needs, including Internet and Intranet.

Traditional web development packages focus on creating a Website one page at a time, often immersing the author in complex HTML code. With manifest, anyone who can create and save documents in Microsoft word can create or maintain content for an Internet or Intranet site. Once the system is set up, you simply save a document to the system and the pages are automatically published to a site with the correct 'look and feel'.

Simple. In its most basic form it is a simple to use system for creating and maintaining Internet and Intranet sites. In it's complete form, Manifest is a management system for all your online publishing needs. It is flexible, scalable and completely user customisable in terms of document data structure, and published website structure & layout.

Administration is via a simple drag & drop based interface. Data is saved as XML and binary information, and reprocessed using XSL transforms. This allows Manifest to simultaneously publish data in a wide variety of formats instantly including HTML, CHTML for Imode, text, WML for WAP, PDF and many more, without the need for any more work! Data is abstracted from the published versions allowing the same data to be easily reused in a number of different situations and contexts. The Server side software is 100% JAVA so can run on any JAVA enabled computer. Client Communication is 100% HTTP(S) so the system is entirely transparent to firewalls.

Thanks And Regards.
Kamlesh Nikam
Author: Narayanan             
Posted Date: January 03, 2012     Points: 20   

Thanks for your information

Regards, Lakshmi Naraayanan.S

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