alahup!
alahup!
1.1

0.0

alahup! free download for Mac

alahup!

1.1
26 October 2006

Web development framework and CMS.

Overview

alahup! is an agile Web development framework and CMS. It is both a framework that lets Web designers develop full featured, professional, standards compliant dynamic Web sites, and an integrated "web 2.0" content management system making wise use of ajax techniques. Development tools run on Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows. Deployment is supported on Mac OS X and Linux servers. Site administration only requires a recent browser and a Flash 8 player.

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Main features:

  • semantic editing - no code -
  • interactive sitemap
  • versioning
  • clean URLs
  • Flash client from any browser, Mac OS X or Windows

Developer features

  • 100% control over the output, at the tag level
  • 100% of the content (including images) stored in a single database
  • PHP5 and Smarty templates powered
  • Supports SQLite and MySQL InnoDB
  • smart offline/online rsync

alahup! is different... make sure you watch the demos and enter the era of agile Web publishing!

What's new in alahup!

Version 1.1:
  • Support for different sets of element templates.
  • Spotlight-like search from the draft site browser.
  • Search API.
  • In the draft site browser, Command-click (on mac) or Alt-GR (on windows) on a little hand displays the internal xml representation of the block.
More details on the changelog.

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1 alahup! Reviews

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Olipower
30 May 2007

Most helpful

I would love to read some reviews of this app. But at $249 I won't even try it out myself, given the multitude of free, superb open source cms's out there. Especially Drupal, MODx and TypoLight graps my attention. Maybe the developer should consider reducing his price. Who is the taget user? Low-end people use RapidWeaver, and high-end users use one of the many CMS's out there, both open source and commercial.
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Version 1.1
Olipower
30 May 2007
I would love to read some reviews of this app. But at $249 I won't even try it out myself, given the multitude of free, superb open source cms's out there. Especially Drupal, MODx and TypoLight graps my attention. Maybe the developer should consider reducing his price. Who is the taget user? Low-end people use RapidWeaver, and high-end users use one of the many CMS's out there, both open source and commercial.
Like
Version 1.1