About Weceem

Weceem CMS is a free, open source content management system. It is built with Grails, a rapid application development framework build on the Java VM using Groovy, Java and Spring.

With Weceem you can host corporate websites, simple blogs or build your own applications. You even can define your own content types that add custom functionality or integrate tightly with existing systems you have.

Weceem has no ego: there are numerous customisation points that allow you to tailor the security mechanisms, administration skin, url paths, scope for custom data types and server-side scripting using Groovy. It is built from the ground up to be embeddable as well as a standalone application.

It uses an SQL database for storage, and requires a Java servlet container like Tomcat or Jetty to run. Weceem.org is self-hosting, demonstrating the data model and core functionality.

Feature Highlights

  • WYSIWYG Editor
  • Hierarchical content repository
  • Blogs
  • Full-text search
  • Form submissions
  • Templates with Inheritance
  • Reusable widgets
  • Support for multiple languages
  • Tagging
  • Auto-publish and auto-unpublish by date
  • Spaces: manage many sites in a single Weceem instance with per-space permissions
  • Content types include: HTML, Folder, JavaScript, CSS, Files, Blog, Comment, External Link, Groovy Scripts and Actions
  • Extensible using Java, Groovy and Grails
  • No design or SEO restrictions

Community

Issue Tracker: The JIRA issue tracker is at jira.jcatalog.com

Create Pull Requests on GitHub: Use GitHub to create pull requests for Weceem plugin on GitHub

Stackoverflow: Also, you can find interesting issues and post your questions at http://stackoverflow.com/tags/weceem

Discussion Forums: A Web forum is available at forums.jcatalog.com.

Twitter: Follow @weceem on Twitter for news, releases and status updates.

Also for any questions or suggestions please contact us at info@weceem.org

Sites using Weceem

We have compiled a list of sites using Weceem. Please let us know, if you use Weceem on your site and want to be included.

Get the code

The source code is available on Github.

 
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