Category Archives: Apache Jackrabbit

Apache Jackrabbit is the reference implementation of the JSR-170 (Java Content Repository API) specification.

Adobe acquires Day Software for $240 million

I’ll admit it. I did not see this one coming: Adobe announced today that it will acquire Day Software for $240 million USD. (Thanks, @pmonks, for the heads-up tweet). Honestly, I thought Adobe would acquire Alfresco by the end of … Continue reading

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Apache Chemistry: A Proposed Reference CMIS Implementation

Kas Thomas, over at CMSWatch, says a new Apache project is in the works. Chemistry is a reference CMIS implementation that has committers from Day, Alfresco, and Nuxeo. The goal is to provide a vendor-neutral reference implementation and compatibility tests … Continue reading

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Catching up on XForms, XRX, XProc, and Orbeon

I recently spent a little time looking at open source components we could assemble to provide a basic web form authoring solution embedded within one of our SaaS offerings. Rather than full-blown Web Content Management, all that the solution really … Continue reading

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Slinging some ideas around RESTful content

Via Seth Gottlieb news that Apache Sling has been officially released. Sling is interesting–I’ve played with it only a bit. You can read more about it on Seth’s post but essentially it is a REST API that sits on top … Continue reading

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