Cascade is a Web-based content management system. It's based around the idea of organizing resources into a hierachy of categories, much like Yahoo. Some features include generating static or dynamic HTML, allowing user comments on ratings on resources, design abstraction through templates, suggested addition and update management, an auto-generated "What's New" page, support for related categories and virtual subcategories, and more. It can use Postgres or MySQL as its SQL database.
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Release Notes: A new user profile system, along with several other features and optimizations. MySQL support is broken in this release.
Release Notes: Support for having items in multiple categories, and a historical view of the data have been added. Performance optimizations have also been made, as well as several minor UI enhancements. MySQL is broken in this release.
Release Notes: Cascade has now been declared "stable" after some bug fixes were made over the last few releases. The 2.0 branch will focus on stability with additional bug fixes and a minimum of new features. Installation has been simplified for the 2.0 branch.
Release Notes: MySQL backend support, minor bugfixes, and minor features added.
Release Notes: Rewritten since the 1.0 release. Several minor bugs are fixed, and major features have been added, including abstracting the design through templates, new systems to manage public suggestions for additions and updates, and a rating and comment system. New enhancements allow Cascade to run in a wider number of environments. Entirely dynamic display is supported, in addition to a static page view. Multiple Websites can now use a single code line. This version only runs on Postgres. Development is underway to support MySQL and internationalization again.