A CMS (stands for Content Management System) is a type of standardized web platform that allows users to create content for your page from a backend or CMS without having very specific expertise. It is likely that you have heard of some of the most popular CMS that we use programmers such as Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, Magento, Prestashop, OsCommerce…
The development based on CMS has a lot of advantages that make it a highly recommended option when planning a website:
1. CMS has specific features that are proven to work and work well, without having to fix bugs in basic questions and allowing focus on more complex issues. The CMS usually cover needs for e-commerce platforms, blogs, pages with structured content and user management … all depends on choosing the appropriate CMS.
2. A user can manage their own site after receiving training. After development of the web, the user can add, edit or delete data and keep alive your page itself.
3. The development from a CMS is fast and cleaner. Creating templates and functionality for content management systems are based on standards that a good team is able to continue to achieve the desired results starting from already established a solid base. This removes much of the effort required to build the skeleton code of a web.
4. Allow scalable development. This means that, with good planning, you can guide the development from a CMS to add new functionality not provided in the future without the web suffer traumatic changes by incorporating modules.
5. Many developers use the most popular CMS. This is an important advantage, because any programmer is able to take charge and modify any website provided that you know the architecture of the CMS employee even if they are the ones who developed it.
6. Many content creators know how to handle them. The vast majority of pro WordPress know how to manage a greater or lesser extent for example. It is relatively easy to find people who can take over the contents of a website developed from a CMS without teaching them how to drive.
7. Each CMS has a community of developers behind constantly fix bugs, create new modules and are in contact with each other to provide the best possible customer service for developing.
With all these advantages, today is really hard to find a well known website that is not developed from a content management system, either open source or one of one built specifically for your needs.