SCHLOMIX – A Modular Web Management System

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SCHLOMIX – A Modular Web Management System

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Jarrard, Rory
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Leaming, Dan
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Schlomer, Loren
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Computer Science Department; Dr. Jeffery Van Baalen
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Laramie, Wyoming

University of Wyoming
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2008-04-26

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The SCHLOMIX Web Engine is a modular web management system, encompassing content management, user management and presentation management. Built on modern web technologies, (Object Oriented PHP, CSS, XHTML, Javascript,) SCHLOMIX allows anyone with minimal programming experience to add dynamic content and functionality to their website. SCHLOMIX installs easily on to any web server (Apache, IIS) and connects to many different types of persistent data storage, (MySQL, MSSQL, MSACCESS, Postgres, ODBC, etc.) Adding additional functionality to SCHLOMIX is as easy as downloading pre-built modules (picture albums, blogs, calendars, etc,) or creating your own. The SCHLOMIX backend allows you to install and configure these modules for use on your websites. To make use of the new functionality, simply add a few special tags into your XHTML markup. For a few years now, CowboyBookSwap has been an excellent service for students of the University of Wyoming, allowing them to buy and sell their used text books directly with other students, removing the Bookstore as a middleman. It allows students to save money when buying used books, and earns them more money when selling. As a SCHLOMIX proof of concept demonstration, we have created modules for CowboyBookSwap version 3.0 and will demonstrate the SCHLOMIX Web Engine with the construction of CowboyBookSwap.
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From - Undergraduate Research Day 2008 - Celebration of Research - Abstracts
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Web site development

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Web sites--Authoring programs

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Undergraduate Research Day 2008

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