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Preventing SQL Injection Attacks on your Joomla! Websites

Date Submitted: November 11 2008 11:33 am
This article is extracted from: Joomla! Web Security Joomla!, a very popular content management system (CMS) is as you may know an easy-to-deploy-and-use content management system. This ease of use has lent itself to rapid growth of both the CMS and extensions for it. You can install it on almos...

Concrete5 interview

Date Submitted: November 11 2008 11:22 am
Interview with Concrete5 developers Chanh Ong is a volunteer at Franz and Andylead the Conrete5 project. Chanh: Who are you and tell us a little about yourself(s)? Concrete5 team: I am Franz. This is Andy. (dramatic pause) We're from Portland, Oregon. We know an awful...

osCommerce and Magento Differences: Its more than the API

Date Submitted: November 5 2008 11:30 pm
David M. Graham on June 8th, 2008 I've worked with osCommerce and its derivatives for quite some time now. So had the architects of the Magento shopping cart before they came up with the idea of building a completely new Open Source shop cart. Given that osCommerce is widely considered to be the ...

U.S. Elections and SilverStripe show open source is ready for major websites

Date Submitted: August 20 2008 09:44 pm
Open Source programming languages, frameworks, and CMS offerings are big players in the blog and small-website market. Being free to download, use, customize, and learn, they are the preference for personal, small business, and minor government websites. But with the SilverStripe open source CMS pow...

MiaCMS interview

Date Submitted: May 19 2008 11:14 pm
Chanh Ong is a volunteer at Chad and Cem is team member and core developer of MiaCMS project. Chanh: 1) Who are you and tell us a little about the MiaCMS team? MiaCMS team: The MiaCMS project was initiated by four individuals with profound knowledge of the Mambo CMS s...