'iosity' is a lightweight content management system for small to medium sized websites. In particular, iosity is designed to be installed in any scenario in which PERL can be used. It is small enough (<22KB) to fit in space constrained user accounts and does not require an administrator to install. 'Iosity' separates content and presentation by letting users build and use templates, variables, and dynamic objects. It provides a framework for eliminating the repetitive aspects of web design and programming. Also, iosity's dynamic objects offer power and convenience that many larger packages cannot match. It supports for both static and dynamic content including pre-rendering and partial pre-rendering.
DocumentationDeveloper's manual available in HTML format from http://www.bleugris.com/iosity/docs/programmersmanual.html; User tutorials available in HTML format from http://www.bleugris.com/iosity/docs/tutorials.html; User guide available in HTML format from http://www.bleugris.com/iosity/docs/documentation.html
released on 20 October 2004
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