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Programmer by day, designer by night. User experience geek, music nerd, and I eat, drink, and breathe C#.


Nov
21
comment Object-based content management system
No, it wasn't an e-Commerce package.
Nov
20
comment Object-based content management system
No, I don't believe it was a commercial software package. If memory serves, it was something more open, like WordPress or Django.
Nov
20
comment Object-based content management system
@OlivierPons Because I'm looking for a specific software package that I can reuse. gdgt is just a good example of what could be done with such a package.
Nov
19
comment Object-based content management system
That's a great answer, but alas, not the one I'm looking for. Thank you anyway for trying. +1 as I will look into this regardless.
Nov
16
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Nov
14
comment Object-based content management system
I think the best example to similarity I can give is gdgt. It's not an e-commerce website, it's purely informational, and it has community-oriented elements. If you look at a product specs page, you can see categorized specifications that can be used for comparisons.
Nov
14
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Nov
14
accepted Advantages/disadvantages of “separated” web applications
Nov
14
asked Object-based content management system
Dec
19
answered Are HTML tables bad for SEO?
Jul
22
comment Advantages/disadvantages of “separated” web applications
I did try to word this question in such a way that it would fall under an architectural discussion as opposed to a programming discussion. I'm well aware that anything further into programming would have fell into the realm of an SO question, but per the FAQ here: "If your question generally covers the operation of websites which you control, then you're in the right place to ask your question!" I think I'm in the right place.
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21
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Jul
21
asked Advantages/disadvantages of “separated” web applications