Here's our list of apps for Java CMS. Filters help you narrow down the results to find exactly what you’re looking for.

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A Java-based content management system built for the complex needs of mid-market and large enterprises. Read more about Magnolia
dotCMS is an enterprise content management system for managing websites, intranets, and apps. Read more about dotCMS
Powerful content, customer engagement, and product discovery offerings to achieve true personalization and drive unparalleled business growth. Read more about Bloomreach
Evoq Content is a content management system which forms part of the Evoq suite of business applications from DotNetNuke (DNN) Read more about Evoq Content
Jahia helps businesses manage website and application development projects by creating digital frameworks for delivering a personalized customer journey. The content management system lets users create, edit, review, and publish structured and unstructured content and manage web pages, SEO & more. Read more about Jahia
Contentstack is a headless CMS software designed to help businesses deliver personalized content experiences to audiences via multiple channels including mobile or web devices, augmented or virtual reality platforms, and more using a JSON architecture and content delivery network (CDN)-backed APIs. Read more about Contentstack
Crafter CMS is a headless CMS, which helps businesses create, edit, manage, and publish content across various digital channels such as mobile kiosks, digital signage screens and more. Features include audit log version control, workflow management, multi-tenant, and role-based permissions. Read more about Crafter CMS
Enonic XP is an open source platform built in Java, which is designed to help medium and large enterprises catering to logistics, public sector, consumer goods, and financial services. The headless CMS lets editors create and manage content based on individual requirements. Read more about Enonic XP
Ametys is an open-source Java CMS platform designed to help businesses create, deploy and manage multiple websites to engage with audiences. Teams can use the WYSIWYG editor to customize content by adding buttons, images, headers, lists, columns, and paragraphs, among other elements. Read more about Ametys

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