MonoX Mobile


Content management features

  • Browser-based administration

    All aspects of a portal can be managed through an online, browser-based interface.

  • User friendly Web 2.0 interface

    MonoX provides modern and uncluttered Ajax-based user interface with intuitive look and feel. Web parts can be moved and edited using a convinient drag and drop interface.

  • WYSIWYG approach

    A unique editor interface allows administrators to enter and update content "in-place" and to immediatelly see the results of their actions.

  • Windows Live Writer support

    Microsoft Windows Live Writer is a free desktop application that makes it easier to compose compelling blog posts using numerous blog services. It features true offline WYSIWYG blog authoring and photo/map publishing. MonoX fully supports Windows Live Writer and other similar editing tools that recognize standard MetaWeblog API, not only for the blog publishing tasks, but also for more general portal editing and configuration actions.

  • Content versioning

    All changes made on a portal page can be saved for later approval and publishing.

  • RSS feed providers

    All content-based modules (HTML editor, news system) can automatically provide RSS feeds.

  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

    MonoX includes powerful Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques that can help users place their portals very high on all major search engines: ViewState optimization, URL rewriting, HTTP compression, SiteMap generation, automatic META keywords generation, integration with Google Analytics, compact and standards-compliant output...

  • Search infrastructure

    MonoX comes with numerous search providers that give you a total control over the portal search engine behavior and performance. Included are providers that search pages, news, blog posts, groups, user profiles and file system.

  • Cloud data providers

    MonoX now includes a data provider that hooks into Amazon S3, allowing users to store their data in the cloud and not on a local database or file servers.