Frontier
Frontier 10.1a15
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Frontier is a powerful Web content management system, built around an object database, scripting language, script editor and debugger, outliner, multi-threaded runtime, integrated HTTP server, distributed computing protocols such as XML-RPC and SOAP. Frontier also includes our browser-based content system, Manila, at no extra cost.

Frontier is the solution to the problem every large site has, how to separate form from content. Frontier makes it easy to keep complicated HTML out of the way of writers, and gives you, the site manager, all the tools you need to manage the site.
What's New
Version 10.1a15:
  • MySQL verbs added external value window titles fix, when items such as outline, wp, etc. are open and the name of the item is changed, the item window tiles no longer change to the path of the items parent. bug fixes for some file related bugs on Mac OS X added support for user.webserver.prefs.headerFieldServer, if defined built-in webserver will use this value for its server string NOTE: This kernel contains code modifications that use FSRefs, which allow the Mac version to work with long file/folder names. Although I've done a fair amount of testing, this binary should be considered somewhat more experimental than other released versions of the kernel. If you want something more stable, I suggest staying with 10.1a11. Otherwise I would appreciate your checking out this kernel. creecode
Version 10.1a15:
  • MySQL verbs added external value window titles fix, when items such as outline, wp, etc. are open and the name of the item is changed, the item window tiles no longer change to the path of the items parent. bug fixes for some file related bugs on Mac OS X added support for user.webserver.prefs.headerFieldServer, if defined built-in webserver will use this value for its server more...
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later






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Anonymous reviewed on 04 Apr 2004
This thing still lives? Sheesh.

I used to do sites with Frontier on OS9. Now that X is around, I can compile Moveable Type or some other blogger that blows this away.

It never did external CSS. Can somebody say 'death knell?'
[Version 9.1b4]

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burypromote
Anonymous commented on 01 May 2004
It does do external CSS now. Also, it's much more than a blogging system. take another look.
burypromote
Anonymous commented on 01 May 2004
Also, you say "used to". I wonder how long it's been since you looked at it. Why such a buzz-kill?
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Downloads:6,431
Version Downloads:1,768
Type:Internet : Servers
License:Free
Date:21 Jul 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Frontier is a powerful Web content management system, built around an object database, scripting language, script editor and debugger, outliner, multi-threaded runtime, integrated HTTP server, distributed computing protocols such as XML-RPC and SOAP. Frontier also includes our browser-based content system, Manila, at no extra cost.

Frontier is the solution to the problem every large site has, how to separate form from content. Frontier makes it easy to keep complicated HTML out of the way of writers, and gives you, the site manager, all the tools you need to manage the site. When a designer wants to change the template for the site, it just plugs in, you do nothing. What used to take a couple of weeks now happens in minutes.


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