Camelback Further Streamlines Web Site Setup
Published: February 28, 2006
by Alex Woodie
Camelback Web Architects's liveSite Website Content Management Server was designed from the outset to make it easy for non-technical personnel to get interactive Web applications up and running. With enhancements delivered recently in version 4.1, it should be even easier.
The liveSite development environment provides users with a range of basic building blocks for the things people typically want to do with Web sites, such as publishing content, creating catalogs, selling products, processing credit cards, managing membership information, and configuring a search engine. Web sites developed with the liveSite tools can run on practically any operating system, including OS/400.
With version 4.1, the Dallas company has aimed at making liveSite easier to use. This release includes a new self-installation program that takes much of the work out of the initial configuration of the software. All users have to do is FTP the liveSite files to their Web server, the company says. Other new features include the capability to customize the log-in and online help screens, new affiliate management, and new tracking capabilities. The product starts at about $300.