The Java Architectures Special Interest Group (JA-SIG) is proud to announce a release candidate for version 2.1 of HyperContent, a web and portlet
content management system that scales from workgroups to the enterprise. This
release candidate is available in a pre-integrated bundle with uPortal 2.5.3 and
CAS 3.0.5, forming a trio of JA-SIG products that delivers an out-of-the-box solution for enterprise portal, content management and single sign-on. HyperContent 2.1
takes a new role in this architecture via its new JSR-168 portlet, offering
direct presentation and in-place editing of portlet content.
HyperContent 2.1 offers a raft of new features on top of the robust web content management and publishing architecture introduced a year ago in version 2.0, including search based collections, file browsing
for links and images, portlet editing and presentation, blog support, and much more! The new release also contains a starter project that gives you a solid base from which to build web sites of any size and structure using best practices. A documentation effort is currently underway to make it easier than ever to get up and running with HyperContent.
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