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Specialized CMS to insert news into web applications
Joined: Dec 20, 2006
Dec 20, 2006 07:42:00
Many corporate applications need a page where application-specific news are listed. E.g. "Interruptions possible next Monday at 8pm due to update" or "Version 3.5 available. New in this version...".
Many developers place a static page inside application to contain such news. Others store news in a file. Some setup full-blown CMS to serve just this single page.
I've implemented the easiest solution to integrate news into your web-based applications.
No programming or database setup. Put a WAR file into your tomcat/webapps, copy-paste a tiny HTML piece into your application and you are done.
There is no more risk than some non-technical person will break your news page. Web-based news administration is easy to use and have a WYSIWYG editor.
Any comments or suggestions are welcome.
Author of <a href="http://www.newsinjector.com" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">NewsInjector</a>
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