Release Notes: Several fixes and enhancements.
Release Notes: This release comes with a number of features designed to enhance team-driven content creation. It allows editorial teams to see who else is working simultaneously on the same page, while also allowing authors to compare page versions and review changes. To have full control when restructuring Web sites, Magnolia 4.4 also makes it possible to restore pages marked as deleted, or create custom workflows for deletion approvals.
Release Notes: The Standard Templating Kit (STK) was significantly enhanced and includes new comprehensive and sophisticated templates. New features include fancy teasers with grouped banners, commenting functionality, categorization, an events calendar overview, FAQ pages, an alphabetical glossary with sub pages, an RSS feed generator, an external RSS feed aggregator, a news overview, and a newsletter service integration API.
Release Notes: A new Standard Templating Kit, a new Web forms module, a new template management module, a new multi-site module, an enhanced email module, access control, and workflows, automated backups for design elements. This release follows Web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG2, BITV) and incorporates search engine optimization best practices. XHTML-conforming page templates with table-less CSS layout are provided. Smart view-port detection provides optimal browsing experience on any device, including mobile devices such as the iPhone. The FreeMarker Templating language is supported in addition to JSP.
Release Notes: This version features a new AJAX-powered GUI, workflow, versioning, JAAS-powered user management, improved templates, and a host of other new features, bugfixes, and improvements. It is available as a free, open-source Community Edition and a commercially supported Enterprise Edition with additional features.
Release Notes: This update fixes several serious issues and is recommended for all users of Magnolia.
Release Notes: This release uses Berkeley DB as the default persistence manager. Due to the use of Berkley DB instead of the filesystem, performance has again improved significantly. Activation errors are now displayed to the user if activation fails. Templates can now be stored in a hierarchy. Several minor bugs have been fixed.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release provided many new features including full internationalization with 15 major languages, native search, import/export of XML-based data, support for several JSR-170 compliant repository implementations, including the "Jackrabbit" and "Jeiceira", and simple war-file drop-in deployment on any J2EE container.
Release Notes: Several bugfixes and enhancements were made. The most notable bugs that were fixed include a cache corruption issue and an issue when copying pages with binary content. The site map tag has been improved, and a new feature lets you pre-generate the complete site cache to speed up response times for first hits.