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Mura CMS

Mura CMS
Developer(s) Blue River Interactive Group, Inc.
Initial release 2008
Stable release 6.1 / January 7, 2014 (2014-01-07)[1]
Development status Active
Written in CFML
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Content management software
License GPL v2, with special exception for plugins, themes and bundles
Website .comgetmura

Mura CMS is an open source content management system for CFML, created by Blue River Interactive Group. Mura has been designed to be used by marketing departments, web designers and developers.[2]

Mura is dual-licensed as GPL v2 or a commercial license.[3]

Features

  • Multiple sites per installation.
  • Role and group based user permissions.
  • WYSIWYG page editing.
  • Customisable templates and layouts.
  • Programmable API for creating plugins.
  • Built-in user tracking & email marketing.
  • Multi-language i18n support.
  • Audit trails, versioning and rollback.
  • Content scheduling and workflows.

Compatibility

Mura is a CFML-powered web application, and runs on any modern CFML engine, including Adobe ColdFusion 8 and above, Lucee 4.5 and above, Railo 2 and above, and Open BD 1.3 and above.[4]

Mura can also run as a WAR file on any standard Java servlet container, such as Apache Tomcat.

External links

  • Official website
  • Git repository on GitHub
  • Mura CMS on RIAForge

References

  1. ^ http://www.getmura.com/blog/mura-61-available-now/
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