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TECHNOLOGY STACKS

FRAMEWORK POPULARITY

FIXED PRICES & PACKAGES

OPENSOUCRE SOFTWARE

CUSTOMIZING SOFTWARE 

CMS

b2evolution.net
cmsmadesimple.org
codefight.org
concrete5.org
croogo.org
dolibarr.org
doorgets.com
doptor.org
dotcms.com
drupal.com
e107.org
ebase.org
eqdkp-plus.eu
fraym.org
genixcms.org
get-simple.info
getgrav.org
group-office.com
habariproject.org/en
hubspot.com
infinitas-cms.org
jcore.net
jojocms.org
joomla.org
madebyfrog.com
magnolia-cms.com
modx.com
motocms.com
php-fusion.co.uk
phpwcms.de
plone.org
processwire.com
quickappscms.org
redaxo.org
respondcms.com
s9y.org
sugarcrm.com
suitecrm.com
typo3.org
vtiger.com
websitebaker.org
wf.klevo.sk
wordpress.org
xoops.org
zhen81.com
zikula.org

ECOM

abantecart.com
bigfish.solveda.com
cakecart.org
cs-cart.com
cubecart.com
dotnetnuke.codeplex.com
drupalcommerce.org
jigoshop.com
magento.com
multimerch.com
ofbiz.apache.org
opencart.com
oscommerce.com
oxid-esales.com
pimcore.org
prestashop.com
shopware.com
spreecommerce.com
tomatocart.com
topdsoft.com
ubercart.org
vamshop.com
virtuemart.net
woothemes.com
x-cart.com
zen-cart.com
chartjs.org

CLASSIFIED

68classifieds.com
adsoftpro.com
almondsoft.com
aspdotnetclassifieds.com/
Boatscript.com
classibase.com
dclassifieds.eu
flynax.com
jomclassifieds.com
joomprod.com
lbclassifieds.com
marketgrabber.com
mewsoft.com
myclassifiedscript.com
noahsclassifieds.org
open-classifieds.com
openx.com
osclass.org
oxyclassifieds.com
php-classifieds.com
phpclassifiedads.com
phpjabbers.com
professionalclassifiedscript.comscript-pag.com
snowhall.com
subrion.com
webscribble.com
worksforweb.com
yclas.com

SOCIAL

buddypress.org
chameleonsocial.com
Hotarucms.org
jcow.net
peoplepods.net
demo.jomsocial.com
elgg.org
exoplatform.com
oneall.com
oxwall.org
pligg.com
sharetronix.com

ADVANTAGES OF OSS

The term "open source" refers to something people can modify and share because its design is publicly accessible.

Open source software is software with source code that anyone can inspect, modify, and enhance.

"Source code" is the part of software that most computer users don't ever see; it's the code computer programmers can manipulate to change how a piece of software—a "program" or "application"—works.

Programmers who have access to a computer program's source code can improve that program by adding features to it or fixing parts that don't always work correctly.