Tag: Content Management
A few months ago we created a proof of concept to access the Magnolia JCR container using Webservices so that a PHP based site we were building could access new items within an Enterprise Class CMS. It turned out to be remarkably easy:
To integrate Axis 1.4 into Magnolia:
Download the Axis distribution
Copy the jars into the [...]
Posted: February 5th, 2009 under Architecture, Content Management, Enterprise Integration, JSR170, Java, Magnolia, Open Source, Package Implementation, Technology, Web 2.0.
Tags: Content Management, Integration, Java, Magnolia
As a Java teccy who has spent a significant proportion of the last few years designing, building, specifying, analysing and frequently criticising CMS solutions it was pleasing to watch the development of the Java Content Repository (JSR 170 and JSR 283) Specification – It felt as though it was a significant step towards standardising what [...]
Some things in life are just the “right” thing to do. Take implementing a content managed website. In the early days of content management systems (CMS), there was often no division of content from presentation. This meant that changing branding & look and feel or re-using content across trading divisions was difficult and costly. Also, [...]
Posted: January 9th, 2009 under Alfresco, CMS Made Simple, Content Management, Interwoven, JSR170, Joomla, Magnolia, Open Source, Package Implementation, Percussion Rhythmyx, Web 2.0.
Tags: Alfresco, best practice, cms made simple, content, Content Management, friends provident, html, Interwoven, Joomla, legal and general, Magnolia, mgm advantage, rss, semantic, sharepoint, tagging, template, web, Web 2.0