Jahia delivers Web content integration software by combining enterprise Web content management with document and portal management features. By leveraging open source frameworks and libraries, Jahia offers a complete Java solution for developing, integrating, delivering, and managing content across intranets, extranets, and the Internet.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks WCM|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: This release has a Web 2.0 AJAX-powered user interface, in-line editing capabilities, support for Google Analytics, customizable toolbars, an improved workflow value chain, and a modified front-end template infrastructure. Document management support of the “Jackrabbit” JSR 170 content repository. The portal has an embedded Apache Plutot 2.0 library for improved support for the latest version of the Portlets standard (JSR 286), and a centralized mashup repository. Jahia CE is now licensed under the GPL.
Release Notes: Full JSR168 portal and content management integration was implemented. In-context editing can be done. The GUI now uses AJAX. Multiple languages and I18N are supported. Webdav is supported. A search engine was integrated. A copy/paste feature, cross-site syndicated copies, collaborative portlets, a virtual site factory, single sign-on, an XML import/export feature, a clustering capability, an intelligent cache proxy, dynamic site replication, and much more were added.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release includes several bugfixes and new enhancements such as WebDAV support through Apache Slide 2.2, Weblog API integration (Blogger API, MetaWeblog API, and MovableType API), a Struts validation framework, and automatic indexing of Files properties.
Release Notes: This release adds pre-integrated CMS and Portal Servers, full Multilanguage and Internationalization support, Content Staging and Workflow capabilities, Content Versioning and Locking, Document Management with WebDAV support, full support of JSTL or Struts taglibs, native support of standard Java servlets or Struts servlets as portlets, and load balancing support.