Tag Archives: Alfresco Share Customization

Tech Talk Live, Dashlet Challenge, & other Alfresco community events

Just wanted to clue you in to some upcoming Alfresco events in case you missed them via other channels. Tech Talk Live Reloaded We’re going to start doing Tech Talk Live webinars again. In the past these webinars were run … Continue reading

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Will Abson’s Wonderful World of Dashlets

Back when Alfresco first launched Surf, the framework on which Alfresco Share is based, a handful of us went to Chicago to hang out in a conference room on a ship in the harbor where we did a deep dive … Continue reading

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Now available: Alfresco Fivestar Ratings add-on for Alfresco Share

A couple of weeks ago I posted a survey asking if anyone saw any value in a five star ratings widget for Alfresco Share. Honestly, it would have only taken one or two positive responses–even if no one needed one, … Continue reading

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Any interest in a pre-3.4 five star ratings widget for Alfresco Share?

One of the examples I put in the Alfresco Developer Guide is a five star ratings widget. The example company in the book, SomeCo, uses it to let their web site users rate whitepapers published on the site. Metaversant recently … Continue reading

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Monitoring folders with Alfresco workflows

This is the second part of a two-part post on some recent work Metaversant did with Alfresco workflows. The first part was a post on Workflow Reporting. It outlined a high-level recipe for creating a workflow dashboard in Share that … Continue reading

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Workflow Dashboards in Alfresco Share

Metaversant recently had a client with some interesting requirements around workflow. I thought I’d post what we did here and get a conversation going about the various pluses and minuses of the approach and find out what others have done … Continue reading

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