Java CMS that delivers smartphone simplicity on an enterprise scale
Magnolia is an open Java CMS that delivers smartphone simplicity on an enterprise-scale. The mobile-inspired HTML5 user interface works through customisable, task-focused Apps, a notification stream called the Pulse, and a system of Favorites for quickly accessing the workspace. Magnolia CMS allows organizations to orchestrate online services, sales and marketing across all digital channels, maximizing the impact of every touchpoint. Magnolia’s open-source technology, support of open standards such as CMIS and JCR, as well as integration with the Spring Framework, enable developers to unlock back-end systems and third-party applications. Magnolia CMS enterprise customers include: Abbott Diabetes Care, Al Arabiya, Allianz, Atlassian, DFAS, EADS, Generali Group, ING Bank, Foxtel, Michelin, Migros, Pirelli, Sony, TeliaSonera and US Navy. Magnolia is used in more than 100 countries across the world by governments and leading FORTUNE 500 enterprises.
DataVision is a reporting tool similar to Crystal Reports. DV supports many data sources (JDBC, files) and many output formats (HTML, XML, PDF, LaTeX, Excel, delimited files, DocBook). DV includes a GUI editor. DV is embeddable. Reports are XML-based.
Bug fixes and enhancements for JForum 2.x
JForum is a powerful and robust discussion board system implemented in Java. It provides an attractive interface, an efficient forum engine, an easy to use administrative panel, an advanced permission control system and much more. Built from the ground up around an MVC framework, it can be deployed on any servlet container or application server, such as Tomcat, Resin and JBoss. Its clean design and implementation make JForum easy to customize and extend. Best of all, JForum is freely available under the BSD Open Source license. If you or your company are searching for a serious and robust forum software, JForum is the right choice. About JForum2 Project This project is branched from the JForum 2.1.8 code base and mainly focus on bug fixing and security patches. Also, the third party Java libraries(jar) are updated to the latest stable version with some code modification as needed. Since JForum 2.3.0, Apache Maven 3 was introduced as the build tool.