Content Management System
A Content Management System (CMS) is a software tool that facilitates user-friendly interactions with a website’s database. Earlier, CMS software was mainly used to manage documents and local computer files and now, it has been changed to manage the web content. The new version of the software emphasizes the dictum ‘content is king’.
CMS is usually used for enterprise content management (ECM) and web content management (WCM). CMS is the integration of two components called CMA and CDA. The editing tool is called the content management application (CMA), while the publishing tool is known as the content delivery application (CDA). The constitution of these two components enables a CMS to streamline the web development process.
When using CMS, the user can modify the website timely and can hold the full control over the system. In addition to this, the modern version of CMS is versatile so that the user does not need to be a tech-savvy to manage the website. The user can manage all areas of a website with a little technical knowledge.