Tag Archives: Alfresco Surf

7 mistakes developers make when customizing Alfresco Share

I’ve seen more than my–ahem–fair share of Alfresco Share over the last several months. Many clients feel that their needs are so close to what Share provides out-of-the-box, that they can save time and money by starting with Share as … Continue reading

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Spring, Roo, and Alfresco Too: What Alfresco Gave to Spring and Why

You’ll recall from my community event takeaways post in November that Alfresco announced plans around Surf, the Apache license, and Spring but the details were foggy at the time. This week, Alfresco and SpringSource announced that Surf, Web Scripts, and … Continue reading

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Highlights from the Alfresco Meetup in Chicago

Other than the drenching I received between the blue line and the hotel (both coming and going) I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Chicago with the Alfresco crew last week. I ran into some Optaros customers, past colleagues, blog and … Continue reading

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Customizing Alfresco Share: Five things to watch out for

Alfresco Share is a team-centric collaboration tool. It’s really cool and our clients have been reacting very positively to it. When customers see the AJAXalicious UI, a common reaction is to want to take the next 5 projects on their … Continue reading

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Curl up with a good web script

Curl is a useful tool for all sorts of things. One specific example of when it comes in handy is when you are developing Alfresco web scripts. On a Surf project, for example, you might divide into a “Surf tier” … Continue reading

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Enjoyed the Code Camp in Munich last week

I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Germany last week. In addition to presenting the details around Alfresco’s web application framework, Surf, I met lots of great people, ate some outstanding food, and drank plenty of German beer. Out of the … Continue reading

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Alfresco Surf overview: Recorded webinar available online

I’m looking forward to the Surf Code Camp we’re conducting on Tuesday in Munich. If you’re attending and you want a little taste of the framework, Alfresco has a one hour recorded webinar available. If you don’t get a chance … Continue reading

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Alfresco 3.0 Surf Code Camp Boston Wrapped Up

We hosted a good crowd of folks at Optaros headquarters in Boston today for our second Code Camp around Alfresco 3.0 Surf. Alfresco’s own Dr. Yong Qu was on hand to provide an early gift to campers–a live demo of Alfresco’s browser-based … Continue reading

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