Introducing Bamboo CMS – Every publisher dream

Bamboo is an ever-growing platform, started as an internal tool for custom projects, evolved into a powerful video platform and now we introduce “Bamboo CMS”.

Bamboo CMS is our latest advancement in the Bamboo products family, and it includes every publisher dream of easy to use content management, with custom applications and tailored workflows.
Bamboo CMS can work with any CMS and supports: WordPress, YouTube, Drupal, and the Bamboo platform.

Bamboo CMS offers publishers a true single point of contact for all of your digital products.

Our offering includes a powerful video platform, native mobile applications, hosting and maintenance for your site and CMS, API management, DNS management, CDN, Storage, and our 24X7 support.

Our native applications include a full suite of native iOS and Android apps, for phones, tablets, and TVs.

The app UI is tailored for each content type and we support 5 different themes. This makes each app unique and different. To make your app truly stand out, you can send your own tailored design and we will do the rest.

Bamboo CMS that was built on top of Bamboo OTT has all the features of our OTT offering.
To name some:

  • Native video playback.
  • Payment integration.
  • Push Notifications.
  • RTL support.
  • Catch up.
  • Advanced security & monetization features.

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Contact us to get a free demo of our new CMS apps and see how the Bamboo platform and power your digital products.

 

Drupal vs WordPress vs Joomla

There are lot of CMS platforms where you can create your own website in a few steps and get great results.
After exploring the web in order to find an appropriate solution for a new upcoming project, I understood that there is not a clear winner and every CMS has its own pitfalls.
This post will introduce the Pros & Cons that I’ve encountered in the most popular CMS’s out there.
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Drupal Enhancements – Sell Content

Many of you out there probably tried to create custom actions for your Drupal site.
The reason behind that, was probably because you want to enhance your Drupal functionality so it will fit your new module requirements.

Within this blog post I’ll show a quick and easy way for adding new “api action” for your module to sale content.
This tutorial applicable for any “API” you want to create between your site and the world outside.

This tutorial includes:
1. Handling files on remote ftp.
2. Processing the content.
3. Sending approval email.
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Fixing Drupal Commons admin menu

We are using Drupal commons-3.3 for a project. The commons project by Acquia provides a distribution of Drupal with many social features out of the box, as well as a responsive, mobile ready theme based on Adaptive Theme. This is the latest version of the commons project and includes many functionality such as groups, user profiles and events.
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Add content type to Drupal Groups drop down menu

Organic Groups is a module that enables you to add group functionality to a Drupal site. You can set any content type to be a group, so that users and content can be associated with it, and also set a content type to be group content, that is be added to a group.

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