Joomla Revolution! How This Free Software Is Changing The Web? - Evolution is not...
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Evolution is not really if it is not for all and therefore a good solution MUST BE a FREE SOFTWARE one that people can use, modify, adapt and redistribute without limits. People need also simplicity because they wouldn't lose their time in trying to understand all the technological background.
Joomla 1.5 is offering NOW a FREE and REVOLUTIONARY web applications framework that with the use of thousands of external third party applications get users capable of implement their web place. It is very simple to install, config and use. Extensions are constantly growing and will cover all aspects of online activities very soon.
Joomla 1.5 will be the best choice for every day web development when interaction and availability of software would not continue to be limited on a single workstation. Joomla 1.5 will be the obviously choice for who will want to start projects with usability and simplification in mind. Joomla 1.5 will be the next web revolution for people that are not expert or guru. Joomla 1.5 will be the New Internet Indoor for who have never thought that he can do anything of this type. Joomla 1.5 will discover the Internet Potential of all people.
Antonio De Luca - http://www.antoniodeluca.info
About The Author
Antonio De Luca is an Italian freelance web consultant and developer.
He works around the Free Software world and are a Joomla CMS Expert and specialized in the Joone Neural Network Platform.
He manages also a good directory, on his site, called Lighthouse, where you can find a lot of useful information and tools specifically aimed to the web.
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