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What a gift of a headline – this more than caught my eye – it accelerated my mouse to click on the link. Net Magazine hits the issue of the moment, again!

The article is a survey of designers and web developers and it makes interesting reading:
Take a read of extracts from these expert comments:
Andy Budd, Clearleft.com
“This means that we're now able to build fully rounded applications in the browser that were hitherto impossible.” ...

What’s the key factor affecting web design today?

Author: Rebecca Caroe

Date: 4:32 PM Wednesday, October 19, 2011

The history of web development like most coding runs in fits and starts – sometimes it accelerates with a burst of creativity and at other times things slow and nothing new appears.

We are researching a timeline history of content management systems in order to track the “phases” of development.

I started off with a broad web search and came up with some helpful Wikipedia articles

  1. Content Management System
  2. List of content management systems
  3. Web content management system – has a useful list of functionality and capabilities

But none of thses actually show the history and timeline of CMS.

I know that it’s only a very recent development because early websites that I used did not have CMS embedded – most were hard-coded. There’s a need for the answer, clearly. And so we have posted the question... Now can you help us create the answer?

  1. What date did you first use a CMS?
  2. What ...

    When was the first Web CMS released?

    Author: Rebeca Caroe

    Date: 4:33 PM Monday, October 10, 2011

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