Magnolia CMS is a content management system written in Java that has a long history. Created more than a decade ago, it has evolved into a platform with a significant user base and a large number of third-party extensions that the team dubs ‘modules’.
In this podcast, we speak to Magnolia CMS’s CTO, Boris Kraft, and to Magnolia engineer Tobias Mattsson.
We first speak with Boris Kraft about the history of Magnolia CMS, and discuss some of the basics of the platform.
Then we interview Tobias, who is the author of the Blossom module. This package provides a Spring MVC web context, which can export content to the CMS from non-traditional sources such as enterprise application data. It uses Spring MVC and annotation-driven classes to expose any data you’d like as content for your project