No Code was popularized by Salesforce and other SaaS vendors as a means to deliver business functionality without the requirement of developers, allowing users to configure specific capabilities and start using the application quickly. This post will present a background and the benefits of No Code as well as present how the OpenContent Management suite […]
Over the last two years, TSG has posted multiple times regarding differences between the OpenContent Management Suite, the Alfresco Application Development Framework and Alfresco Share. While all approaches interact with the Alfresco repository, there are some subtle differences to consider. This post will share a summary of our previous posts for those looking at Alfresco […]
One of the trends we are seeing with our Alfresco clients is a desire to move away from custom interface coding to more configuration or no code approaches. This post will highlight the differences between coding approaches for Alfresco Share and the Alfresco Development Framework (ADF) and configuration approaches with TSG’s OpenContent Management Suite.
In previous posts, we looked at comparing the Alfresco Development Framework (ADF) to OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS), specifically the search, contributor, and folder interfaces. For this post, we are going to turn our attention to building an application on each of these platforms. Specifically, we’ll look at how clients can build an Alfresco search interface.
As a modern browser-based solution on Alfresco for Annotations, OpenAnnotate can provide viewing and annotation capabilities within Alfresco Application Development Framework (ADF), for both PDF and Video content. We’ve already discussed using OpenAnnotate within ADF, in our initial review of the Alfresco Application Development Framework and Angular. This post will describe in more detail the […]
In the previous post of our ADF and OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS) comparison series, we’ve compared how the search as well as the contributor interfaces work in ADF vs. OCMS. As we’ve done previously with our comparison series blog posts, (Alfresco Share and Documentum) for this next post we’ll turn our attention to the available functionality for […]
In the last post of our ADF and OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS) comparison series, we compared how Search works in ADF vs. OCMS. As we’ve done previously with our comparison series blog posts, (Alfresco Share and Documentum) for this next post we’ll turn our attention to the contributor interface. Specifically for contributors and authors, we’ll […]
As we’ve mentioned previously when comparing search in Alfresco Share to the OpenContent Management Suite (OCMS), performance and ease of use in a search interface is often one of the highest concerns clients have when deploying Alfresco. As we’ve recently started comparing the new Alfresco Development Framework (ADF) with OCMS, naturally our first inclination it to […]
Earlier this year we wrote about comparing Alfresco Share to OpenContent Management Suite. As part of that comparison series, we mentioned that Share has garnered some concerned attention from Alfresco customers this year when Alfresco announced that Share would be deprecated in future. In moving away from Share, Alfresco has been heavily promoting their Application Development Framework (ADF) as […]