CMS stands for a Content Management System. It is a software that is used to create and modify content on a website. Typically, a CMS serves more than one user in a joint collaborative environment.
- Content Management Application (CMA)
- Web Management System (WMS)
- Content Delivery Application (CDA)
Umbraco CMS is an open source content management system based on .NET and used for over half a million solutions around the world. Oh, and it's free.
The open source nature of Umbraco means that everyone can contribute to making the CMS better. At the moment we have more than 200,000 active community members who, every day, help to improve Umbraco by submitting pull requests.
Umbraco CMS is easy to learn and use, making it a great match for content editors, web designers, and developers alike.
The dedicated and welcoming community and the friendly nature of Umbraco are what make users around the world call it the friendliest CMS out there.
What can Umbraco CMS be used for?
Umbraco CMS is highly flexible and scalable, which makes it suitable for both small blogs and major corporations.
There are no limitations as to what Umbraco is capable of digitally. The CMS can, for example, be used to build:
- Headless solutions
How to install Umbraco?
You can easily download Umbraco on the community website called Our. It is where you will also find a lot of valuable info on how to proceed with the CMS in a step-by-step manner as well as the official Umbraco documentation. Find all the necessary links below.