content management system
ColdFusion is both a platform and a language (ColdFusion Markup Language [CFML]) for enabling developers to build, deploy, and maintain Internet applications. ColdFusion is an Adobe product. ColdFusion is specifically designed to make it easier to connect HTML pages to a database and thereby create dynamically-generated web pages. Website content is managed in connection with a relational database and so can be generated on the fly.
DotNetNuke is a popular web content management system (or CMS) for Microsoft ASP.NET. The flexible DotNetNuke open source CMS platform also functions as a web application development framework. It is available in both a free Community Edition as well as cost basis Professional and Enterprise editions.
Drupal is a open source CMS (Content Management System) for websites. Drupal enables webmasters to create professional websites with a minimal amount of specialized coding or systems support.
GNU RCS (Revision Control System) is an open source revision control system for text files, source code, programs, graphics, and other documentation. It stores, tracks, logs, identifies and merges versions. Development continues as a volunteer effort under the Free Software Foundation.
Joomla! is an open source content management system (CMS). Joomla! provides a structured website that enables users to create and edit various types of web content without requiring in depth technical knowledge of web authoring or programming languages. Novice users can create web pages and add basic text and graphics to them with only a minimal introduction to the system; they can also take advantage of Joomla!
The THREDDS Data Server (TDS) is a web server that provides metadata and data access for scientific datasets, using OPeNDAP, OGC WMS and WCS, HTTP, and other remote data access protocols. It's features include: