A timely and authoritative guide, written by the Chief Architect and Founder of Alfresco
Alfresco is considered the leading open source solution for Web and Content Management. What makes Alfresco unique is its services, which can be easily extended with web scripts via RESTful services. Written by an author team that includes the chief architect and the founder of Alfresco, this comprehensive guide provides in-depth coverage of the Alfresco architecture and services and shows how to extend them through Web scripts to meet real business needs.
You'll learn how to use Alfresco services to create effective content management solutions while detailed code examples show you how to extend Alfresco with Web scripts using RESTful services to deliver custom solutions.
- Features detailed, working code examples that demonstrate how to extend Alfresco with Web scripts
- Written by the Chief Architect and other key Alfresco insiders, ensuring that this book is both authoritative and up-to-date
- Shows how to integrate Alfresco with Drupal and Joomla portal solutions
- Covers the upcoming Alfresco 3.2 release
- Includes real-world case examples of increasing levels of sophistication and complexity
- The companion Web site contains all source code examples in the book
You'll benefit from this timely resource that shows how to get the most from Alfresco for specific business requirements.
|Product dimensions:||7.30(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
David Caruana is the Chief Architect for Alfresco Software.
John Newton is the CTO and Chairman for Alfresco Software.
Michael Farman is the Director of Product Management for Alfresco Software.
Michael G. Uzquiano is the Director of Web Platform Tools for Alfresco Software.
Kevin Roast is the User Interface Technical Lead for Alfresco Software.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is all over the place. It is neither helpful for an Alfresco developer nor a user. It's almost as if each of the 5 authors wrote a paragraph about something unrelated to Alfresco, inserted some xml or xsd document, and called it a chapter. I'm never buying a P2P Wrox book again. I usually go with O'Reilly or Manning for computer-related books, but none were available.
I have th same last name as the author and everybody makes fun of me calling me marajuana