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java web app with cms capabilities

nilk yeo

Joined: Jun 07, 2010
Posts: 4
I want to develop a typical web application. But it should possess the CMS capabilities like personalization, web site analytics, site search etc. I have to decide the architecture/technologies for this. Should I go with any java CMS/portal? I searched for Java CMS/portals. I found names like Liferay, Jihia, Magnolia & many more. I am a core spring/hibernate developer. Please suggest the correct approach.

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