Add to Favorites    Make Home Page 9273 Online  
 Language Categories  
 Our Services  

Perl & CGI » Scripts and Programs » Portal Systems » WebAPP

A D V E R T I S E M E N T

Search Projects & Source Codes:



Title WebAPP
Platform Unix, Linux, BSD
Price Free (GPL)
Author Visit Author Website
Website Visit Website of - WebAPP
Category Perl & CGI » Scripts and Programs » Portal Systems
Hits 618
Description WebAPP, stands for Web Automated Perl Portal, allows you to set the site up, and requires minimal work to maintain it. It was built to be used for a news site, stories, personal, etc. Included are topics, forums, instant message, who's online, download section, link section, wireless and palm pilot support, integrated newsletter, complete site administration, FAQ administration, modular, md5 encryption of passwords, multiple theme and language support, numerous modifications and add-ons.

A D V E R T I S E M E N T




Google Groups Subscribe to SourceCodesWorld - Techies Talk
Email:

Free eBook - Interview Questions: Get over 1,000 Interview Questions in an eBook for free when you join JobsAssist. Just click on the button below to join JobsAssist and you will immediately receive the Free eBook with thousands of Interview Questions in an ebook when you join.


Scripts Related to - WebAPP

Script Name

Noink

Noink was designed as a web-based image server to power the online comic strip site, Geekcomix.com. It is, however, general enough to be used as an abstract information server (allowing for indexing and archiving of images, text-based content, content external to the server, and other types of data). It can be configured via simple markup-like files, and has a fairly strong emphasis on security including password encryption. It has a simple forum feature built-in with moderator utilities, as well as a rich administration system which includes automated site archival. It is written in Perl, and uses several *nix specific utilities.

Community Portal (CommPortal)

CommPort is a "Community Portal" generator based on Perl and MySQL that can be tailored for any location. Each user gets a personal portal page to which they can add their own "channels" or select from a growing list of pre-prepared local, national and international content. This allows any individual to always have a page of their own personal favourites in front of them. Channels may be either "active" with continually updated content such as weather or news headlines or "passive" with collections of links. Features: User customizable portal page, Imports standard RSS files for use as channels, Automatic export of channels as RSS, Multiple user access levels, and Internationalization.

Google Search

Google


Download Yahoo Messenger | Placement Papers | Free SMS | C Interview Questions | C++ Interview Questions | Quick2Host Review


 Advertisements