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The CMS is a Visual Studio 2010 solution template with a set of projects providing a complete Content Management System with full source, management GUI’s, an example site and a RISE system model for re-designing the system itself.
The solution is a .VSIX file. Once it’s downloaded you need to open/run the file to install it in Visual Studion 2010. CMS can also be installed directly inside Visual Studio by accessing the Extension Manager.
To create a new project based on the template, simply select New Project in the File menu and then choose the CMS template found under Installed Templates for Visual C#.
Use this solution as an introduction to the virtues of model-to-code, as an example of cutting edge RIA, as a starting point for building your CMS solution or, why not, as your ready-to-use CMS.
Web Sites and Integration
You may build your site by modifying the example site or by including calls to the CMS web services from any other web application capable of calling them, for instance your current web site.
How to Extend the CMS
If you need to modify or extend the backend, open the model file CMS.rise in the RISE Editor and change the data model or business logics. Then simply right-click the file and choose “Generate code” to re-generate the code (c# source, web services, ajax proxies and database scripts). If you need to modify or extend the frontend, it’s plain Javascript programming using YUI and some of our own classes that makes use of the auto-generated ajax/jQuery proxies.







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CMS is a reusable, data-driven, authorization-independent, MVC C# content-management system.
The CMS is about flexibility and scalability, enabling you to customize a variety of features without extensive effort.
It is based on the same structure that is built for our RISE web sites, such as RISE.CMS.Domain and RISE.CMS.Containers.
It is a toolkit-style CMS, in which we extract the common part and move the UI part into your own web application.
RISE.CMS provides a Model-View-Controller (MVC) development approach, and provides a tutorial to help you integrate it with ASP.NET MVC.
It includes MVC widgets for configuration, authentication and authorization.

The Model-View-Controller (MVC) concept was introduced by John Allspaw, and is basically an object-oriented framework for creating modular reusable web applications.
The MVC pattern provides a set of fundamental design concepts which are essential to creating well-organized, maintainable, and testable web applications.
The MVC design pattern is a software design pattern that is concerned with the segregation of the presentation, data access and the application logic in a general-purpose programming language.
The separation into three different layers promotes better structured modularity, which facilitates application maintenance.
The first step in applying the MVC pattern is identifying the “view”, “model”, and “controller”.
The View is the portion of the user interface that is presented to the user.
The View may be an HTML page, a Swing widget, or another component such as a JPanel.
The Model is the data to be displayed and processed by the View.
The Model may be a database table, an XML document, a FIFO, or any other form.
The Controller is the framework that coordinates the interaction between the View and Model.
The Controller is usually written in a general-purpose programming language.
The Controller is a mediator between the View and Model, and sets the state of the Model in order to produce the expected view.


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The RISE.CMS web service example is a web service offering a CMS-like experience. It can be accessed remotely via ajax, the same way as any other web service, or within a website by using javascript Ajax calls. The service returns a json response.
RISE.CMS is based on an inverted address book model of things, that is, things that have a Person’s address, and things that have a Person’s AddressBook. People can have many addressbooks, things can be in many person’s addressbooks and there can be many people in one AddressBook.
If you have a working CMS, it is a good idea to first de-serialize the json response, and retrieve the data model objects from there. You could also create a table per response element mapping, that is, one table per response element, the way it’s done in the example.
To start the service, you first need to generate some admin users and passwords. The admin user can be set from the web.config file, if needed. Once this is done, open the Administration GUI and run the service. For example:


The result will be an index page with three links to the three services available through the service:

User Administration
Address Book Administration
Addresses Administration

Use all the links to explore the CMS. The system configuration is done in the web.config file, that can be adjusted as per your needs.

CMS Glossary
CMS Model v2.0.0
CMS Introduction
CMSServer How-To / The RISE.CMS Example
See also
The solution CMS is an example with its source, a good way to get started.


Take a look at CDO.NET. It is a model-centric,.NET based code generator for open CMS systems. Instead of writing lots of XML, XSD, and WSDL files, you write C# code, and the code generator does all of the work.


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“RISE.CMS is a complete Content Management System (CMS) with a focus on user interface (UI) and data modeling. RISE.CMS is built for new and existing content authors, administrators, and end users.”

This project is the result of a spin-off of the FOAGRA project and has gone through a 5-year development cycle with 5 clients and 3 different product versions.
This version, RISE.CMS 3, is the third major version of RISE.CMS. It is a complete update that includes new developments in: web services, ajax, web themes, business logic, UI, messages and translations, data storage and security.

Recently, RISE.CMS has been officially named Mupluto.com.

Version 4.0

The 4.0 version has been released on March 24, 2010. It brings more than 100 new features and many bug fixes.

See also the related Websites article for a list of supported features.

Version 5.0

The 5.0 version of RISE.CMS has been released on August 15, 2010.

See also the related Websites article for a list of supported features.

Version 6.0

The 6.0 version of RISE.CMS has been released on March 9, 2011.

See also the related Websites article for a list of supported features.

Supported RISE.CMS Versions

Some of the main new features in RISE.CMS 3 are:

• The RISE.CMS.CodeGenerator project, developed in house.
• The CMS FLEX Action class, that permits to apply MVVM directly from a UI form.
• The client-side widgets (the DOM calendar, tree control,…), developed in house.
• The RSS-RXML web services, and the corresponding RSS.RXML client class.
• The REST web services, and the corresponding REST.RXML client class.
• The Schema.org web services, and the corresponding Schema.org client class.
• The data import/export, implemented with the new RISE.Data class.
• The BPMN2.0 workflow, implemented with the new BPMN2.0 class.
• The MIPLAB ERCOS preamplifier class

What’s New in the RISE.CMS?

RISE stands for RIser Interface Service Engine.
It is a project, originally started in 2004, and renamed in 2005. (RIser, however, was kept for backwards compatibility).
It is an attempt at embedding application logic as “models” in a way that makes it easily accessible from RIA.
The implementation is open source under the terms of GPL and was first released on sourceforge in 2006.
A new version is released annually.
In 2010 RISE.CMS, which is a (Visual C#).NET solution, was created.
It contains the source code for a whole CMS model.

How to Use RISE.CMS
An additional RISE solution is the CMS Tutorial demo project.
The demo project:
Use the CMS demo project as an introduction to RISE and to create your first prototype.
You will see how easy it is to define the UI and business logics with the rapid tooling, how RISE helps you extend the system easily and how you can create complete web sites backed by the CMS by using RISE.

To install RISE.CMS:
Download the latest RISE version ( from here:

Install the template by simply opening/running the.VSIX file.
Once installed you will have a set of projects ready to build a site.

RISE.CMS Documentation:

RISE.CMS Tutorial:

RISE.CMS Examples:

Hope this helps,
– Jean-Michel

I have a question to geeks in here.
Is there a way of doing a custom CMS. (The way the others work is not compatible with my project).
I am trying to make a client side frame for presenting the content.
The data is stored in a database and come out of the frame, but it’s not the pure case because I would like to have some data (and code) on the client side.
I have seen a few CMS, but

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