Which is the best platform / technology for creating a website?

best-technology

There are a plenty of plateforms / technology available to start your website but which is best for you ? here’s possibly the most comprehensive guide ever.

What needs to be considerd before you choose the platform ?

  1. Cost
  2. Easy
  3. Scalability
  4. Performance
  5. Compatibility
  6. Advantages
  7. Disadvantages

3 Most used and world-wide plateforms.

3. Magento (Mostly for Ecommerce website) : Recent 2017 data from Builtwith comparing e-commerce platform shows Magento powers 28% of websites across the internet and 16% of the top one million websites. … According to Ecommerce platform migration statistics, it is the top pick for existing businesses that want to migrate to a new platform.

Pros :

  • Magento is its robustness.
  • Magento provides high Security
  • extensive community

Cons :

  • Magento is quite complex
  • Cost (Enterprise version)
  • Hosting (Require more space and high configuration cloud space)

2. Joomla : is a platform which includes the most common features by default.Once you install Joomla, your website will be ready to support SEO, contact forms, RSS, blog, media, multi language, etc.Joomla is used by 7.0% of all the websites whose content management system we know. This is 3.3% of all websites.

Pros :

  • Content and Structure Flexibility
  • Provides Multiple User access levels
  • Joomla’s admin interface is powerful

Cons :

  • Security holes below then 2.5 version
  • Complicated and time consuming to upgrade to higher version
  • Less choices in extension library

1. WordPress : is a platform widely adopted by many,I mean approximately 74,652,825 sites out there are depending on good WordPress. That’s one site per person in Turkey. Around 50% of this figure (close to 37 million) is hosted on the free WordPress.com. In the real of self-hosted sites, WordPress accounts for 18.9% of all websites.

Pros :

  • Ease of access
  • Thousands of Plugins
  • Search Engine Optimized (SEO)

Cons :

  • Vulnerability
  • WordPress maintenance difficulties
  • Not a perfect fit for large stores

Conclusion

The fact of the matter is, there are many other CMS that could do a better job in situations where WordPress ends up getting recommended and these system simply don’t have the same word of mouth or marketing prowess that WordPress does, therefore they never get explored.

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