Joomla’s primary focus has been on usability and extensibility since its initial release in 2005. It is because of this that the project has been the recipient of numerous awards, including being a three-time recipient of the PACKT Open Source Content Management System Award.
Joomla is a completely free open source solution available to anyone and everyone with a desire to build dynamic and robust sites for a variety of purposes. Joomla has been utilized by some of the Web’s most recognizable brands including Harvard, iHop, and MTV. It is capable of carrying out tasks ranging from corporate websites and blogs to social networks and e-commerce.
Joomla is backed by a large and active developer community. With thousands of unique and useful extensions and templates available, it is presently one of the largest single site building platforms available. It is this incredible community effort that makes Joomla a great choice for developers searching for a single platform with which they can receive active support from their peers.
Joomla is an open source platform on which Web sites and applications can be created. It is a content management system (CMS) which connects your site to a MySQLi, MySQL, or PostgreSQL database in order to make content management and delivery easier on both the site manager and visitor.
Anyone interested in learning Joomla for developing web applications on self-business, blogs and more websites.
No skills required, basic computer knowledge and individuals with fast learning capabilities.
You get hired as Joomla developer in IT companies like KPIT, Melstar, Microtek, HSBC, persistent systems and many more.
The main concepts covered in this course are: Joomla Installation, Joomla Terminology and Concepts, Joomla Admin Settings, Content Management in Joomla, Menu Management in Joomla, Joomla Modules, Components and Plugins, Joomla Template Design, Extensions in Joomla
Introduction to CMS