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Behind Interactive Media. Agenda 1.Intro Content Mangement Systemen 2.Open Source 3.CMS vergelijking 4.Wordpress installeren 5.Huiswerk.

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Presentatie over: "Behind Interactive Media. Agenda 1.Intro Content Mangement Systemen 2.Open Source 3.CMS vergelijking 4.Wordpress installeren 5.Huiswerk."— Transcript van de presentatie:

1 Behind Interactive Media

2 Agenda 1.Intro Content Mangement Systemen 2.Open Source 3.CMS vergelijking 4.Wordpress installeren 5.Huiswerk

3 1. CMS INTRO

4 “Een content-beheersysteem of contentmanagementsysteem is een softwaretoepassing, meestal een web-applicatie, die het mogelijk maakt dat mensen eenvoudig, zonder veel technische kennis, documenten en gegevens op internet kunnen publiceren” CMS (Content Management Systeem)

5 Voor: -Eindgebruiker:Content -Designer:Vorm -Developer:Functie

6 DatabaseCode HTML output

7 TekstDatabase

8 Tekst GUI Database

9 CodeOutput = Inflexibel

10 Output Functies (code) TemplatesContent Plugins (code)

11 2. OPEN SOURCE

12 “Opensourcesoftware is software waarvan de broncode is gepubliceerd en vrij beschikbaar is voor het publiek, waardoor iedereen het vrij kan kopiëren, aanpassen en her verspreiden zonder kosten aan auteursrechten en toeslagen. De ontwikkeling van openbroncode gebeurt door gemeenschappelijke samenwerking van zowel individuele programmeurs als grote bedrijven.” Open Source

13 3. VERGELIJKEN

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16 Drupal

17 + Extremely developer friendly. If I loved code more I would almost always pick this system. + Strong community to help discern the dozens (hundreds) of functions and tags available. + Can be used to create some really awesome websites that can outperform a majority of other sites out there. Drupal - Not very designer and user-friendly. It's hard for someone with little code knowledge to make the leaps required to do the very cool things that Drupal is becoming known for. - Theming of Drupal has been a huge case of fail (until recently). Probably because it has been developers, not designers, that are making the themes. - Getting a Drupal website published could cost you more time, and thus more money.

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19 Joomla!

20 + Friendly for all types of users - Designers, Developers and Administrators + Huge community is awesome for assisting with creation of websites + Has been rapidly growing and improving itself for the past three years Joomla! - Still not user-friendly enough for everyone to understand - Not quite as powerful as Drupal, and can be a bit confusing for some to jump into - Recently rebuilt the entire system from ground-up, and so there are still many out there sticking to the old versions (1.0.x)

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22 WordPress

23 + Simple to use - No need for modifications + Excellent for blogging or sharing thoughts in a sequential manner + Even the most elderly of users can get the hang of it quickly WordPress - Not developer friendly - The community seems to like to complain - Upgrades bring more bugs than fixes, sometimes.

24 4. AAN DE SLAG

25 “WordPress started in 2003 with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday writing and with fewer users than you can count on your fingers and toes. Since then it has grown to be the largest self-hosted blogging tool in the world, used on millions of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day.” bron: wordpress.com WordPress

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27 5. HUISWERK

28 Maak ‘n blogpost met daarin de opdracht van week 1 (foto + tekst)

29 Problemen? Mail >> Geen mail? Geen medelijden.

30 Vakgroepwebsite Modulewijzer Lesmateriaal Huiswerkopdrachten Contactgegevens docenten


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