Adaptive Website Framework 2.1.5 review

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Liquid Bytes Adaptive Website Framework (AWF) is aimed at software developers and webmasters

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
File size: 1052K
Developer: Michael Mayer
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Liquid Bytes Adaptive Website Framework (AWF) is aimed at software developers and webmasters. Adaptive Website Framework helps you to create dynamical personalized Web sites with community functions, database powered content management, and an administration interface.

AWF includes advanced features like exporting to static HTML, caching, and URL rewriting.

The new AWF 2 introduces many new features like version management and fully flexible URLs. It is currently available as Beta version and requires PHP 5.

Here are some key features of "Adaptive Website Framework":
Completely dynamical and personalized page creation
Built-in Content Management
Messaging/communiy modules
Content can be edited without knowledge of HTML/XML
Supports nearly unlimited languages, documents and users
Access protection of single pages or site sections possible
Effective caching, which means more performance and less server load
Easy to use API functions
Export options for documents
Possible to integrate in Unix shell scripts
Package Installer allows you to easily add new features and share your own extensions with other AWF users

Apache Web-Server with PHP >= 4.3.0 installed (AWF version 1.04 works with 4.1.0).
DOM XML support for PHP (optional)
MySQL server (tested using 3.22.32 and 3.23.36)

AWF was successfully tested with all major browsers (Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Netscape Navigator, Opera and Konqueror), as only HTML is used for the core funktions.

Adaptive Website Framework is Free Software. You can use and redistribute it under the terms of the GNU General Public License, as published by the Free Software Foundation.

What's New in This Release:
This release features rendering of LaTeX code, a new plugin system for content objects, improved multi-language support, better SEO, a Web shop (alpha version), and new templates.
The Spaw WYSIWYG editor was removed for security reasons.

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