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Which Framework to Use for a new Website?

 
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Dear All,

We are planning for a new website which contains the following features.

1) User Login
2) Register
3) Forgot Password
4) Contents
4.1) reviewes
4.2) Rating
5) Ads

This site contains mainly of contents. We are looking for a good solution which help us in updating maintaing the contents regularly and easily. Its not purely content based. So we need a mix of both.

Any suggessions please?

Thanks

Ajay
 
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Have you considered using a CMS or Wiki as the basis? Almost all of those are extensible via Java code, so you can customize their behavior.
 
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I saw that some of government web-sites use Magnolia, which I think means that it's pretty stable, so you can give a try.
OFF: But generally speaking I think it is easier (cheaper) to implement such a simple functionality with PHP.
 
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