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Automation Scripting – Unleashes the power of Nashorn in the Nuxeo Platform

Tue 31 March 2015 by Thierry Delprat
Nuxeo Automation Scripting: Blocky Editor

Last week, Nuxeo released the Nuxeo Platform Fast Track 7.2 which introduced some major enhancements to the platform. One of the highlights of this release is the addition of server-side scripting for the Automation Service. This feature will make it much easier for you create advanced business logic in your applications using the Nuxeo Platform’s

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Introducing Nuxeo Platform Fast Track 7.2

Thu 26 March 2015 by Bob Canaway
What's New In fast Track 7.2

Nuxeo Platform Fast Tracks are one of the ways that Nuxeo, our community, and our customers are able to keep up the pace of innovation in the Nuxeo Platform and supporting products and services. In this release, Nuxeo introduces some enhancements that developers will love, including Server-Side Scripting for the Automation services and REST API

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CMIS: A Tale of Versioning

Tue 24 March 2015 by Josh Fletcher
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I’ve been working on a lot of CMIS content recently and made a bit of a shocking discovery. I wasn’t shocked insomuch as I’d found some amazing feature but, rather, that I had not yet been bitten (badly) by my lack of understanding! So I write this blog in part to coalesce my thoughts and

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Nuxeo Showed its Vision of Digital Transformation at Documation 2015!

Thu 19 March 2015 by Julie Allouch
Nuxeo at Documation 2015

Documation Paris, the biggest trade show for Enterprise Content Management in France, has focused its 21st edition on Digital Transformation. Held at the CNIT Paris la Defense, Documation helps users keep up-to-date with solutions that improve content management in organizations. Alain Escaffre, Director of Product Management, Laurent Dreuillat, Senior Consultant at Nuxeo and I were

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A Software Factory in the Cloud

Mon 16 March 2015 by Alain Escaffre
The Nuxeo Software factory

This year we are moving fast towards a vision we have had for a long time: A complete cloud software factory. Currently, we are adding Branch Management to Nuxeo Studio (in git style). This is the beginning of a series of transformations that we will work on around Nuxeo Online Services to keep offering more

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Introducing Nuxeo Drive 2.0 Beta – Major Enhancements

Fri 6 March 2015 by Rémi Cattiau
Screenshot from Nuxeo Drive 2.0 - synchronization complete

As we are getting closer to the release of our next Fast Track – Nuxeo Platform 7.2, we have been busy adding a few more features and improvements to our products. One of the highlights for this release is a new version of Nuxeo Drive. We are now publishing a beta release of the master

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Guest Blog: Filesharing Web App Built Using the Nuxeo REST API

Tue 3 March 2015 by Prateeksha Barman
NodeJS exposing a new REST API

The Nuxeo Platform is a powerful content management system and sometimes with great power comes (great) complexity, especially in terms of user interface! Complex user interfaces are often a part of our customers’ project requirements and the Nuxeo Platform can easily provide a highly customizable UI with complex capabilities. But recently, the University of Orléans

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Advanced Metadata Management of Digital Assets

Fri 27 February 2015 by Alain Escaffre
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In an ideal world, one where digital transformation has finally taken place (as discussed in Deep Content) a digital asset would never leave its business context. This would lower the need for storing standardized metadata content on the file itself. But most of the industries haven’t quite reached this stage yet and until then leveraging file

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Complex Types, Multiple Streams and Renditions in CMIS!

Tue 24 February 2015 by Thierry Delprat

CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Service) is primarily an interoperability API –  it is designed to be the common denominator between several big ECM vendors. The objective of CMIS is not to be a sharp and efficient API tailored for a specific solution. From a developer perspective, it is definitely not fun using such an API.

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