Over the course of a decade, CMS (Content Management Systems) has radically altered our understanding of website development. Now there is a tendency for content management systems (CMS) to be often used in website development.
The giants of world business and spheres of influence mainly use licensed content management systems, but the relevance and collaboration of programmers around the globe have made free and easy-to-use CMS popular and popular, with world-famous stars created and maintained on their platforms.
Joomla uses Harvard and IHOP, Coca-Cola France and Sony Music are powered by WordPress, another popular Drupal is powered by FedEx and Washington Post
1. The largest impact on the market for content management systems had Drupal. In 2000, Dries Buytaert decided to create a site with which friends could stay online, and he got the name - Drupal. Over time, the foundation of his site became the first Content Management Systems.
2. Next in 2003, an open source WordPress product was released. The system has become one of the most powerful content management systems.
3. Then, in 2005, from Mambo to Joomla! The next most popular engine has changed. The goal of the developers was to promote open source, for which the site OpenSourceMatters.org was created.
In the mid-90s, sites were a collection of static information. Server programming languages are practically not used. The design is very restrained and modest, and sometimes completely absent.
In the 2000s, the control system was more common and a new design appeared - Flash technology.
In 2005-2008, the functionality of the appeared "web 2.0" makes it possible to interact with visitors by providing them access to publish materials.
Nowadays, the main bias is on the usability of the resource.