Welcome to the Alfresco One 5. If you want to know about the new features and improvements of Alfresco One 5. Looking for the online documentation for a previous Alfresco release? Go to the Alfresco documentation landing page to find all the documentation resources. Alfresco customers should also take a look at the Alfresco Support Handbook.
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Welcome to the Alfresco One 5. If you want to know about the new features and improvements of Alfresco One 5. Looking for the online documentation for a previous Alfresco release? Go to the Alfresco documentation landing page to find all the documentation resources. Alfresco customers should also take a look at the Alfresco Support Handbook. Alfresco One overview Alfresco One is a hybrid cloud Enterprise Content Management ECM platform that manages and synchronizes content across on-premises and cloud repositories.
Industry-leading mobile support and a wide range of application integrations allow users to access and collaborate on content wherever and however they work. Video tutorials Watch these videos to see what you can do with Alfresco One.
Installing This information helps you install Alfresco, additional software, and modules. The Alfresco products have different installers, so you should be aware of what installers are shipped with your product. Upgrading Use this recommended procedure for performing an upgrade. Configuring Use this information to configure Alfresco. Administering There are a number of processes and procedures for maintaining and administering an Alfresco production environment.
Developer guide The Developer guide includes extensive guidance and reference materials to aid the developer in creating applications and extensions for Alfresco.
Troubleshooting Help for diagnosing and resolving any Alfresco issues that you might encounter. Reference Reference information for Alfresco administrators.
This guide describes how to develop extensions and customize Alfresco Process Services. Before beginning, you should read the Administering section to make sure you have an understanding of how Alfresco Process Services is installed and configured. Embed Process Services in another application The components of the Alfresco Process Services app can be included in an existing or other application by referencing the correct Maven dependencies and adding the necessary Spring configuration beans. To help you get started, an example application has been created, called activiti-app-embedded-example. Maven modules When customizing, overriding, or creating new logic in Alfresco Process Services, it is useful to be able to develop against the relevant Maven modules. Start and task form customization Custom form fields Custom form field types can be added through custom form stencils.
Alfresco Development Overview
Alfresco at its core is a repository that provides a store for content, and a wide range of services that can be used by content applications to manipulate the content. Alfresco SDK 2. The Alfresco SDK is a Maven based development kit that provides an easy to use approach to developing applications and extensions for Alfresco. API guide Alfresco supports a range of APIs Application Programming Interfaces to enable developers to write applications that access the Alfresco content repository, both on-premise and cloud.
Alfresco Content Services SDK 3
The primary design goals of the QS are to illustrate the power of the Alfresco WCM platform in an easy-to-install package and to provide developers with a strong starting point for their Alfresco implementations. Both of these goals are fundamentally aimed at getting both business people and developers up and running with the Alfresco WCM platform in as short a time as possible. The Alfresco core product has not been changed in any way, just extended by plugging in content model, behaviours, workflows, etc using the many standard hooks provided by the Alfresco product. Web Quick Start consists of four parts: An [ Alfresco Module Package ] AMP that extends the Alfresco repository to support a generic website model An AMP that extends Alfresco Share for editiing content for the website, managing the structure of the website, and publishing content via workflow A JAR file that contains a Java API for accessing the website data held in the repository A web application webapp that, when deployed to a servlet container such as Tomcat, delivers a fictional financial news website. As well as dynamically building the website from data held in the the Alfresco repository, the Quick Start webapp also provides examples of user generated content UGC whereby content is sent from the webapp back to the Alfresco repository. Using Share, content editors and web producers alike have the ability to manage and control a wide variety of features including but not limited to content items, sections, navigation, templates, renditions, workflow, UGC and tagging.