Short story: the Airport of Nuremberg was in need of a massive redesign for its website and they needed it in just two months. As one can guess, developing an airport’s website is not child’s play: you need to provide the user a flight board that retrieves data in real-time and in the most reliable way, users expect to be able to book flights (and possibly cars, hotels and more), multilingual is a must and of course, security is a major issue. It’s quite a challenging task and if you start developing with the wrong tools, you will soon find yourself painted into a corner, but the development team at Infopark was quite confident to have the right ones at their disposal since Scrivito is pretty different from the standard PHP-based CMS. The Scrivito CMS has been built for Ruby on Rails web applications, with two claims firmly embedded in its foundations: power and flexibility. With the aid of a Ruby programmer, you can do almost anything, and Scrivito really stands up when it comes to data-mapping and an extensive use of dynamic content.
With powerful and flexible API integrations and thanks to Rails Stack technology, building up multi-source widgets that get data from multiple sources is perfectly possible with Scrivito. Widgets can be reused anywhere on the website, sharing and processing the same data, therefore giving the website user a more comfortable and reassuring experience.