Armstrong, improved Python publishing platform
Armstrong is an open-source platform designed specifically for news publishing. It is built on top of of Django, a high-level Python Web framework for rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Now it is available under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
Armstrong project was launched in 2011 by nonprofit online news organizations The Texas Tribune and The Bay Citizen with the Knight Foundation backing. Though the gist of the content management system has been used by them since 2009. It is both SEO- and social media-friendly, helping you build a large and engaged audience. As Armstrong is geared towards media companies, it includes a set of tools for managing subscriptions and levels of membership, compatibility with customer service programs and ad networks, a credit card function for smooth donations.
Core features include:
- Multimedia-rich editorial workflows
- Membership management
- Integration with CRM (Sugar and Salesforce)
- Revenue streams development
- Deep SEO and analytics integration
- Media management
- Mobile versions, including iPad, iPhone, Android and Blackberry
- Content integration with Social media
- Engagement tools, such as the daily quiz game, QRANK
Armstrong is a very powerful and flexible platform, and it can be customized to suit your needs. It gives you all the necessary tools, and you will need the technical support to create the design, setup the software, and migrate the content into the new system.
You may find out more about the platform by visiting its official website: armstrongcms.org
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