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Webinar: Building modern responsive sites quickly with Magnolia
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Magnolia light development for front-end coders
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Integrating commercetools with Magnolia CMS
Integrating commercetools with Magnolia CMS
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Introducing Magnolia
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Start Developing Apps for Magnolia 5
Published: 2014/06/13
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How to develop Magnolia based sites correctly, quickly and efficiently
How to develop Magnolia based sites correctly, quickly and efficiently
Published: 2015/12/11
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Webinar: The Complete Guide to Magnolia CMS Workflows
Webinar: The Complete Guide to Magnolia CMS Workflows
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First-Class Travel Experiences: How Royal Caribbean Uses Magnolia CMS
First-Class Travel Experiences: How Royal Caribbean Uses Magnolia CMS
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Easy ecommerce integration with Magnolia CMS
Easy ecommerce integration with Magnolia CMS
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Magnolia CMS Review in the CMS-Connected Vendor Spotlight
Magnolia CMS Review in the CMS-Connected Vendor Spotlight
Published: 2014/04/08
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Magnolia Travels demo - Key Features of Magnolia Part 1
Magnolia Travels demo - Key Features of Magnolia Part 1
Published: 2015/08/12
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Magnolia CMS and PHPCR
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Introduction to light development
Introduction to light development
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Effective Websites Development Using Magnolia CMS
Effective Websites Development Using Magnolia CMS
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Template types in Magnolia CMS
Template types in Magnolia CMS
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Introducing the stories app by Magnolia
Introducing the stories app by Magnolia
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Template types in Magnolia CMS
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Spring and Web Content Management
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Magnolia CMS Bootstap Files
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Deploying Java Application to Cloud - Magnolia CMS
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Why you will love Magnolia CMS
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Magnolia CMS 4.2 Highlights
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Editing Website Content Using Magnolia CMS
Editing Website Content Using Magnolia CMS
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Magnolia CORE 5.5 walkthrough
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Published: 2017/02/20
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One Click Installation for Magnolia CMS by Elasticloud
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Magnolia 5.6: Tagging, your booster to targeting
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Magnolia CORE 5.5.1 walkthrough
Magnolia CORE 5.5.1 walkthrough
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Magnolia CMS Behind the Scenes
Magnolia CMS Behind the Scenes
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Use the Magnolia stories app for a better headless approach
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Magnolia & Angular JS: An Approach for Javascript RIAs Delivered by a CMS
Magnolia & Angular JS: An Approach for Javascript RIAs Delivered by a CMS
Published: 2014/07/14
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Integrating Magnolia with Spring Framework using Blossom
Integrating Magnolia with Spring Framework using Blossom
Published: 2012/04/25
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Magnolia CMS 4.0 Screencast
Magnolia CMS 4.0 Screencast
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Magnolia Workflow and User Task Integration
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Use Magnolia CMS in the Jelastic Cloud
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Magnolia Conference 2016 | Content- and API-centric e-commerce with Magnolia and commercetools
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Published: 2016/06/21
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Magnolia CMS tweak for developers - add multiple nodes or properties with single click
Published: 2015/06/09
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Content Authoring with Magnolia
Content Authoring with Magnolia
Published: 2013/06/20
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Webinar: Connect PHP Applications with Magnolia CMS through PHPCR
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Webinar  Connect PHP Applications with Magnolia CMS through PHPCR
Webinar Connect PHP Applications with Magnolia CMS through PHPCR
Published: 2015/09/09
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Extending Magnolia with our solutions
Extending Magnolia with our solutions
Published: 2015/07/02
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Meet Magnolia at dmexco 2017
Meet Magnolia at dmexco 2017
Published: 2017/08/14
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Magnolia CMS tweak to preview pages in full width
Magnolia CMS tweak to preview pages in full width
Published: 2015/06/09
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From business requirements to the development of magnolia-cms.com
From business requirements to the development of magnolia-cms.com
Published: 2015/07/02
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Magnolia
Magnolia-CMS-screenshot.png
Original author(s) Boris Kraft & Pascal Mangold
Developer(s) Magnolia International Ltd
Initial release 15 November 2003 (2003-11-15)
Stable release
5.6 / 15 November 2017; 2 months ago (2017-11-15)
Repository Edit this at Wikidata
Written in Java
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Content management system
License Community Edition: GPLv3
Enterprise Edition: EULA
Website www.magnolia-cms.com

Magnolia is an open-source digital business platform with a content management system (CMS) at its core. It is developed by Magnolia International Ltd., based in Basel, Switzerland. It is based on Content repository API for Java (JSR-283).

Major releases[edit]

Version Date Key Features
5.6 2017-11-15 Content tags, new REST API delivery endpoint, software BOM for 3rd-party dependencies, OAuth 2.0, Vaadin 8, Log4j 2.[1]
5.5 2016-11-15 Definitions app, navigation functions, Magnolia CLI, themes in YAML, many UX improvements; CORE 5.5 uses H2 as the default db.[2]
5.4 2015-07-03 Magnolia Templating Essentials, light development, configuration by YAML files, unified resource loading.[3]
5.3 2014-06-24 Personalization (p13n), workflow tasks, improved DAM API, content connector, marketing tags manager app.[4]
5.2 2013-11-22 REST module, more apps using new Vaadin UI, improved migration process.[5]
5.1 2013-10-09 Internationalization (i18n), bulk actions, publishing workflow, customizable apps.[6]
5.0 2013-06-20 New UI based on HTML5 and Vaadin. Framework for creating task-oriented apps.[7]
4.5.1 2012-03-13 New templating API, multichannel publishing, JCR 2.0 [8]
4.1 2009-06-12 Digital asset management, image generation, commenting.[9]
4.0.1 2009-03-06 Standard templating kit.[10]
3.0 2006-11-15 Enterprise edition with features such as LDAP authentication.[11]
2.0 2004-11-15 Usability improvements.[12]
1.0 2003-11-15 Initial release.[13][14]

Architecture[edit]

Magnolia CMS is a Java-based content management system that uses a JCR repository to store, retrieve and search data. In this respect Magnolia is similar to Adobe Experience Manager, Hippo CMS and Jahia which also use JCR. Magnolia uses Apache Jackrabbit, the JCR reference implementation by default. It is possible to use another JSR-170 certified repository implementation such as Modeshape.

Persistent storage[edit]

In Magnolia, Jackrabbit persists data to the H2 database by default. A light-weight embedded H2 database contains the Magnolia software, configuration, and two demonstration websites in a single download for trying out the system. For production environments other databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL or Oracle can be used.

Instances[edit]

Magnolia CMS is distributed as two web applications: an author instance and a public instance. Editors work on the author instance which typically resides in a secure location behind a firewall, inaccessible from the Internet. Editors publish content to a public instance which serves the content to visitors on the Web. The public instance resides in a location that can be reached from the Internet or an intranet.[15] A typical Magnolia CMS production setup consists of at least two public instances. More instances can be created to meet site load and availability needs.

Modules[edit]

Magnolia CMS has a modular architecture. The system core and features such as the page editor, digital asset management and cache are packaged into separate modules. The module mechanism is also used to package and deploy websites built with Magnolia CMS. The templates, themes and functionality used on a website are split into separate modules.[16]

Modularity allows site administrators to install and uninstall functionality according to a project's requirements. Encapsulating functionality into discrete modules also promotes separation of concerns: one team can work on website templates while another team develops apps, for example.

At the file system level a Magnolia module is a JAR, a Java file format used to package Java class files and resources (images, CSS, JavaScript) into one file. Deploying a Magnolia module involves copying the JAR file into the Java application server and restarting the Magnolia instance. Magnolia CMS recognizes the JAR file during the startup process and installs the module.

Magnolia International Ltd. provides commonly used feature modules such as Commenting and Personalization. The user community has developed further modules for specific tasks such as for checking broken links.[17]

Users[edit]

Magnolia clients[18] come primarily from financial services, government and media. The system is best suited for organizations that have complex integration requirements and sufficient IT resources to customize the product to their needs. Significant Java expertise is needed to take advantage of Magnolia's open-source architecture and to integrate the CMS with existing systems. The company has indicated that a file-system based development approach[19] makes the product less demanding of Java skills.

Conference[edit]

Magnolia Conference is an annual event for CMS developers and digital marketing users. The conference is a place to meet other users, share best practices, and learn about product updates. A technical presentation track targets software developers, focusing on integrations and CMS implementation cases. In 2015, Magnolia added a digital business presentation track where talks focus on content challenges that businesses are facing and how they are using the product build their brands on the Web.

The conference also includes a community unconference where attendees themselves are responsible for proposing, voting for and presenting talks which everyone is free to choose to attend.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Release notes for Magnolia CORE 5.6". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2017-11-16. 
  2. ^ "Release notes for Magnolia CORE 5.5". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  3. ^ "Release notes for Magnolia 5.4". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2016-10-17. 
  4. ^ "Release notes for Magnolia 5.3". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2016-10-17. 
  5. ^ "Release notes for Magnolia 5.2". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2016-10-17. 
  6. ^ "Release notes for Magnolia 5.1". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2016-10-17. 
  7. ^ Hietala, Antti (2013-06-20). "Release notes for Magnolia 5.0". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 5 November 2014. 
  8. ^ Hietala, Antti (2012-03-13). "Release notes for Magnolia 4.5.1". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2014-11-05. 
  9. ^ Joseph, Grégory (2009-06-12). "Release notes for Magnolia 4.1". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2014-11-05. 
  10. ^ Joseph, Grégory (2009-03-06). "Release notes for Magnolia 4.0.1". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2014-11-05. 
  11. ^ Natividad, Angela (2006-11-15). "Magnolia Turns 3, Updates Web CMS". CMSWire. Simpler Media Group. Retrieved 2009-01-25. 
  12. ^ Dunwoodie, Brice (2004-11-16). "Magnolia 2.0 Released, J2EE Open-Source CMS". CMSWire. Simpler Media Group. Retrieved 2009-01-25. 
  13. ^ Kraft, Boris (2003-11-17). "Magnolia 1.0 released". betterfasterbigger.com. Retrieved 2016-10-18. 
  14. ^ "Obinary Releases Free Java-based Enterprise CMS". CMSWire. Simpler Media Group. 2003-11-20. Retrieved 2009-01-25. 
  15. ^ Hietala, Antti. "Instances". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 7 November 2014. 
  16. ^ Meier, Christoph. "Modules". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 6 November 2014. 
  17. ^ Kerkhoff, Marvin. "Deadlink App". Magnolia Community Wiki. Retrieved 6 November 2014. 
  18. ^ "References". Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 2 December 2014. 
  19. ^ Meier, Christoph (2015-07-03). "Release notes for Magnolia 5.4". Magnolia Documentation. Magnolia International Ltd. Retrieved 30 July 2015. 

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