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Jeff brings over 10 years of ECM practice leadership and over 16 years of IT and technology implementation experience in IT departments and professional services organizations. Jeff began working with and blogging about Alfresco in November of In and , Jeff published a series of Alfresco tutorials and published them on his blog, ecmarchitect. That work, together with other Community activity in Alfresco's forum, wiki site, and Jira earned him Alfresco's Community Contributor of the Year Award.
Jeff's areas of business expertise include document management, content management, workflow, collaboration, portals, and search. Prior to Optaros, Mr. Jeff Potts. At its core is a repository for rich content like documents, web assets, XML, and multimedia. The repository is surrounded by a services layer supporting both SOAP and REST that makes getting content into and out of the repository a breeze, which is why so many next generation Internet solutions are built on Alfresco.
Implementing Alfresco usually involves extending the repository to accommodate your business-specific metadata and business logic. This book takes you through a set of exercises as if you were rolling out and customising the platform for a fictional organisation called SomeCo, which wants to roll out Alfresco enterprise-wide.
Each department has a set of requirements that need addressed. We will show you how to extend Alfresco to meet these requirements. By the time you've worked through the entire book, you will be familiar with the entire platform. You'll be prepared to make your own customisations whether they are part of a Document Management solution, a web site that uses Alfresco for content storage, or an entire custom application built on Alfresco's REST API. This book will give you the knowledge and confidence you need to make Alfresco do what you need it to do.
Alfresco Developer Guide
The series uses a single business case as an example that covers many different technical aspects of Alfresco. Each tutorial takes you through hands-on customizations, step-by-step, and includes ready-to-build source code so you can follow along using your own local installation. Much of the information can be found in the official Alfresco documentation , in the forums , in Jira , and, of course, in the source—my goal was to pull it together into a cohesive, step-by-step story. Note: The tutorials linked on this page are for SDK 4. For tutorials that use SDK 3.