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Adding Super Powers To Plone

by CTO at Six Feet Up, Inc. on Oct 17, 2007

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Plone is a powerful tool for managing content. Sometimes, though, it may feel like you are putting a square peg in a round hole to solve a problem with Plone. Certain tasks, such as eCommerce and ...

Plone is a powerful tool for managing content. Sometimes, though, it may feel like you are putting a square peg in a round hole to solve a problem with Plone. Certain tasks, such as eCommerce and personalization, aren't a good fit when deploying a Plone site.

Why work against Plone when you can take advantage of its native power? Learn how Plone can integrate with other front-ends that may be more suited to serving personalized or static content. Merge your Plone managed content with existing infrastructure and provide content contributors with the tools they need.

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