Release Notes: A new WSS (Windows SharePoint) connector has been added. OpenSocial portal integration and OAuth support have been enhanced. HTML5 support was added for drag'n'drop, facets for documents, local configuration, etc.
Release Notes: The Nuxeo platform can now be deployed on several servers for increased scalability and fault tolerance. Notification through email, RSS, and ATOM feeds has been added. Large files can now be streamed from the server. A customizable search service has been implemented. Many existing functionalities have been improved (audit, comments, locking, archives, etc.). Many bugs from the development releases have been fixed.
Release Notes: The following new features have been added: document locking; archive record management, user notifications and send by email; custom versioning, hierarchical directories; clean URLs; a refactored search service that can use different search engine backends; RSS feeds; paginated lists and better multi-selection handling; improved users management screens; better comments service; a workspace creation wizard; the ability to block rights inheritance; and new workflows.
Release Notes: This release adds a mass edition, simple publication, comments, and templates for workspaces.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release of Nuxeo 5. The switch from Zope to Java EE has been completed. 3000 unit tests have been written. About 300 issues found during the stabilization process have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release is a major rewrite of the Nuxeo CPS platform in Java, using many available open source components from JBoss, Apache, and Eclipse. The license has changed to the LGPL. An full-Java installer has been developed to allow installing the application on Linux, Unix, MacOS, or Windows in a few clicks.
Release Notes: The infrastructure now features more flexibility, an agile paradigm, Web services, and a modern and coherent component architecture. High performance and high load (volumes and users) can now be expected from the platform. A new look is used, and the user interface was greatly improved for usability. AJAX technologies are used for a more responsive interface. New applicative components include geo-localization, relations, shared calendaring, mail-as-a-document integration, blogs, wikis, and more.
Release Notes: The most important innovation since 3.3.8 is the switch from the imperative installer CPSInstaller to the declarative installer GenericSetup, included in CMF 1.6. Many outstanding bugs and issues have been fixed.
Release Notes: In this release, CPSSkins is now fully integrated, CPSWiki is now fully usable, there is now a "Document" document type for the simplest documents, HTML can now be added with all associated content using a ZIP file, cleanups and bugfixes have been done, and a Windows auto-installer is available.
Release Notes: A new package, CPSWiki, has been added that provides a Wiki in CPS. Many improvements have been done on the other packages, since the CPS team is currently focusing on the development branch of CPS.