That's all you need to start your business.
A CMS can be used to create almost any type of website. Ideal for everything from a single-admin personal blog site to a complex, feature-rich e-commerce platform, plus: complex enterprise, non-profit, educational, government, or corporate websites.
The platform is filled with common features that 80% of all websites will use. If some functions are not enough, they can be added using the plugin system.
The engine is designed for small and medium businesses, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, as well as companies or organizations that need a comprehensive website at a reasonable price.
Getting a WIX or «Amazon» is easier, but they keep the catalog and they can close. With the engine you do business on your website, you have access to all files and database.
Easier upgrade . We try to keep API changes to a minimum so that the provided code can be easily maintained and future sites can be updated.
Simplicity . Focused on making the interface easy to learn and use, even for those with minimal technical knowledge.
Focus . The code should include features and tools that benefit the majority of the sites it runs on.
Expandability . We strive to provide a powerful foundation that can be easily extended with custom or public plugins.
Safety . We support up-to-date website and personal data security algorithms.
Speed and performance . The platform should run smoothly on hosting with very simple requirements.
Timely release . Each release will contain the planned feature set and will be released on time.
Freedom . Open Source has the ability to change the world for the better. All code included in the WebSpace Engine is under an open source license that allows anyone to use it for free, regardless of their beliefs or intentions . All code included in the WebSpace Engine has always been - and will always be - free and open source.
We provide major feature updates approximately every 6-10 months, as well as frequent releases with "minor" fixes and changes.
On the page "Work with WSE and tools" you can follow behind the progress of development. For a more detailed list of changes across releases, see the release history at Github.