ADXSTUDIO CMS 2005 Content Management Framework for ASP.NET 2.0

ADXSTUDIO CMS 2005 Content Management Framework for ASP.NET 2.0

ADXSTUDIO released their next-generation Web content management framework software product for ASP.NET 2.0, ADXSTUDIO CMS 2005. ADXSTUDIO CMS 2005 content management and ASP.NET development framework products are used to create dynamic, high-performance Web sites, providing non-technical personnel with easy to use tools to administer, author, publish, and update information.

 CMS 2005 is built on .NET 2.0 and is tightly integrated with Visual Studio 2005, IIS, SQL Server 2000/2005, and Active Directory. It is fully compatible with ASP.NET, XML, XSLT, and CSS. Leveraging several .NET 2.0 enhancements including reusable class libraries, master page support, output caching with custom cache dependencies, and 64-bit operating environments ADXSTUDIO CMS 2005 provides productivity benefits for developers using Visual Studio, with a variety of included Web server controls, toolbox support, and IntelliSense help provided.

 ADXSTUDIO CMS 2005 also incorporates several modular features, including multiple version deployment, regionalized multi-language content, administrative workflow, and deliberative Web surveys. Flexible extensibility provides secure interaction with third-party applications. Non-technical personnel can manage and edit content and applications with easy to use, Web browser-based interfaces.

 Working closely with the Microsoft Application Compatibility Lab, ADXSTUDIO developers have produced a certified .NET-Connected service framework that has passed independent Veritest Certification Programs for Microsoft Windows Server, SQL Server, Managed Code, Web services, and .NET Framework.

 ADXSTUDIO CMS 2005 is available for license under single server, entity site, and developer authorizations directly from



Price: Single-server license, US$3,950; entity site license, US$19,950.

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