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Hippo ECM

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

Hippo ECM is an application suite to integrate content and business applications efficiently. Hippo helps when you're: - Managing large amounts of content - Working with a team of editors - Searching in an enterprise environment - Mashing up different applications and content sources on one ... [More] screen, in a secure way - Publishing content not just to the Web, but also to other digital formats and print - Integrating intranet, extranet and internet - Connectors Hooking up content and applications that you already have Hippo also helps when you need something very specific, and you just want some rock solid building blocks that take care of content storage, management, searching and presentation. [Less]

449K lines of code

20 current contributors

3 months since last commit

46 users on Open Hub

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JCR-Explorer

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  Analyzed 11 months ago

This is a web-based explorer application to administer and maintain a JSR-170 compliant JCR repository like Apache Jackrabbit. It allows e.g. to browse nodes, edit properties, make queries and use optional features like versioning, locking and observation.

6.23K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 8 years since last commit

4 users on Open Hub

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Brix CMS

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

Based on Wicket and JCR, it is the ONLY Wicket-based CMS framework available today. BRIX was built on the idea of "Power versus Complexity", providing for ease of use while at the same time allowing designers the highest degree of freedom in developing a rich user experience.

86.3K lines of code

5 current contributors

3 months since last commit

4 users on Open Hub

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JCR Controller / Connector

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

Standalone or webstarted JCR (JSR-170, Java Content Repository) browser and editor for existing repositories such as Apache Jackrabbit.

7.65K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 9 years since last commit

3 users on Open Hub

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Spring JCR extension

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  Analyzed 7 months ago

The Spring JCR Extension (se-jcr) has been designed to resemble as much as possible the ORM packages from the main Spring distribution. Users familiar with these can start using the JCR-support right away without much hassle. As the ORM package, the main reason for the JCR support is to ease ... [More] development using Spring unchecked DAOexception hierarchy, integrated transaction management and ease of testing. [Less]

5.53K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 6 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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OpenKM

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  Analyzed 11 months ago

OpenKM is a electronic document management system (DMS) based on java technologies ( Jackrabbit, Lucene, GWT- Google Web Toolkit , Jboss) useful for any enterprises intented to organize and share documents OpenKM runs on Jboss server and uses Jackrabbit repository core ( JCR 170 JCR 283 ) . Can ... [More] be configured on any DBMS. With webservices openkm exposes the general API to interconnect with external applications. OpenKM can be configured on a server clustered. The OpenKM client is build on GWT ( Google Web Toolkit ). Ajax made fastly and lightly client to document management system. [Less]

299K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 4 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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gridshore

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This is the google home page for most of my projects. There are a lot of sample applications to be found here. Most of them are discussed in my blog items which you can find on my blog http://www.gridshore.nl. If you have issues or requests please use the Issues tab from this project. The ... [More] following table gives you an overview of the different samples and there main technologies and reasons I created them. projecttechnologiesreason for existenceBlog item(s) gea-news-feedGoogle app engine, Spring frameworkSampe application used to demonstrate the capabilities of google app engine none sofar, the presentation can be downloaded Hippo spring connectorHippo, spring-ws, springframeworkThis application is used to show how you can connect to hippo from a spring framework application. A webservice is created that can search the hippo repository using the spring-ws projectroadtrip-from-springframework-to-hippo-7, connecting-to-hippo-ecm-using-a-springframework-connector Google app enginePython, google docsMaking a small python application using google apis. The application reeds the collection of documents available to you in google docs using-google-appengine Felix Tryoutosgi, felix, maven2, intellijFirst real tryout with an osgi application running on felixstarting-with-osgi-using-apache-felix-step-1, using-maven-to-create-an-osgi-bundle-osgi-felix-sample-step-2, embedding-jetty-in-osgi-osgi-felix-sample-step-3, creating-a-jetty-based-osgi-httpservice-for-apache-felix RaffleGoogle web toolkitThis application I used to explain he basics of Google web toolkit Rowing-the-Google-Web-Toolkit-boat-with-intellij Raffle Appjpa, annotations, google web toolkit, wicket, jqueryI used this application to show multiple front end frameworks. Before you can start with the front end, you need to have a solid back end. Therefore I tried jpa using springframework and hibernate at the back end. The different front ends all use the same back end without changes.Creating-an-application-with-maven2,-jpa,-springframework-and-intellij, start-using-jquery-with-some-small-samples-and-using-spring-mvc-25 Spring OSGi SampleOSGi, springframeworkMy first thing I did with OSGi, I must admit that I did not understand that much about OSGi back than.Spring-osgi-an-evaluation-using-maven-2-and-the-special-spring-osgi-archetype Springframework archetypespringframework, maven2, acegiI was doing a lot of projects with the same kind of architecture. I also wanted to experiment with maven archetype. So the ideal combination to create my custom archetype.Creating-a-maven-archetype-for-acegi-and-springframework Training Overviewspring 2.5, annotations, jpa, jquery, mavenIn this application we go to the extreme with plain web development. A lot about using spring mvc 2.5 in combination with jquery. Again the back end is created using springframework, hibernate and jpa.using-annottions-in-springframework Ajax dwr sample dwr, springframework, scriptoculousOne of the most known implementations is creating auto complete solutions. With this project I create an autocomplete using scriptoculous and dwr. The blog item in which I described the solutions is still one of the best read posts of my blog.Creating-an-autocomplete-with-Spring-and-DWR books-overviewflex 3, BlazeDS, springframeworkThis is the latest sample I have created. This is also the sample for the coming months. I a experimenting a lot with flex 3 and I show all this is this sample. For now there is a custom component for filtering results in a DataGrid. Beware, there are some tags for this project. The trunk is not always the best thing to use.creating-a-flex-3-datagrid-component-with-backend-filtering, integrating-flex-3-with-spring-security-formerly-known-as-acegi integration-spring-security-acegi-and-flex-3-the-sequel wow-springframework-enters-the-actionscript-and-flex-domain/ feeling-secure-with-webserviceswebservices, securitySample showing everything you need to know about webservices and security http://www.gridshore.nl/2008/05/17/feeling-secure-with-web-services-introduction/|feeling-secure-with-web-services-introduction,feeling-secure-with-web-services-part-1-the-usernametoken, feeling-secure-with-web-services-part-2 spring-ws-samplesspring ws, maven, springframwork, jaxbThis application shows a webservice as well as a webservice client using the spring-ws framework.Using-Spring-ws-for-creating-a-webservice, Creating-a-webservice-client-using-Spring-ws-and-maven2 buildversion-pluginmavenCreates a file version.jsp in the web application folder wth the version of the maven build in it. payment-batch-sample I started this sample to create a batch application, but I never finished it. [Less]

53.3K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 6 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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JeCARS

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

JeCARS (Java Extendable Contents And Rights System) is a RESTful webservice which delivers pluggable output formats, e.g. Atom feeds or HTML. Third party applications can be plugged in. A JCR (JSR-170) repository (Jackrabbit) is used for storage.

54.3K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 4 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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xaloon

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  Analyzed about 2 years ago

Documentation and demonstration moved to http://www.xaloon.org Questions? Please, visit http://groups.google.com/group/xaloon if having any :)

0 lines of code

0 current contributors

over 4 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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Mostly written in language not available
Licenses: Apache-2.0

gidooCMS

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

gidooCMS is a kind of framework for CMS systems based on Apache Wicket. You have the basic features of an CMS, but you add you own functionality by extending Java-classes. E.g. you will write the code for creating a menu by yourself directly in Java. Currently we use Apache Jackrabbit as persistance ... [More] engine. Some of the important features: * rights management using sections (like Servlet contexts) * version history * backup (import and export) * XML validation of new pages * simple preview functionality * extend the GUI of the CMS * a lot of small things that make life easier ;-) [Less]

21.4K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 7 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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