A story heard again and again...
Maybe one day you add some PHP functionality. You keep changing, adding, hacking and improving here and there.
But then one day somebody explains you the "content management system" idea; all you wanted was a way to put news on the site,
but somehow you get "converted", and you make a tragic mistake: you set up a content management system, pay a load of money for
the server and the software, and after a hard fight it almost works. Then you try to convert your beautiful web site in dynamic pages,
and there the pain starts; what was before simple and immediate becomes cumbersome if not impossible. Also the site becomes much slower,
one day the database crashed and you had to rebuild everything... : Something's wrong.
Patapage is a revolutionary alternative to all this; an alternative compatible with existing web sites, which allows you to add page-specific dynamic content even
if your site is a simple static site. We take the pain out of managing contents of beautiful web sites.
Patapage is perfectly compatible with the idea that web contents should be "pluggable": you just have to progressively add features from Patapage on the same layout.
All you have to see it in action on your web site is go to the home page
and insert your web site/application url.
Our mission is to let the designer focus on design, by delegating additional services to Patapage.
Patapage is developed and supported by a small but highly motivated team; you can meet us online and follow our activity and ideas through our blogs and tweets. See the complete staff
Submit/vote feature requests: http://patapage.uservoice.com
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Version: 1.0 (build 17490)