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You asked, we delivered! We’re pleased to announce that the BitNami Alfresco Stack has been upgraded to included Alfresco 3.3, the latest stable release of Alfresco. This new release includes the following enhancements:


  • Full implementation of the CMIS 1.0 specification, including CMIS query, web services binding, REST binding and more. See CMIS to learn more.

  • New Repository Document Library: Provides full access to all content in the Alfresco repository according to user permissions. It includes document version control, thumbnails, comments, previews and more.

  • Share Page Component: For managing structured data such as tasks, To-Dos, Issues, Contacts, etc.

  • Sites and Repository Library Enhancements: Creation and editing of text-based documents, open document over WebDAV, management of rules, actions and themes.

  • Search: Allows searching based on Alfresco model such as type, property values, dates, ranges, booleans and more.

  • Web Content Management: Alfresco web editor (allows in-context editing), Transfer Service API (allows developers to build solutions that transfer content between Alfresco repositories), and the Rendition API (allows developers to build solutions for easily repurposing content on the web).
  • Spring Surf: The Spring Surf project includes Alfresco’s Web Scripts, Spring Surf and Web Studio (now called Web Editor Framework) technologies.

  • Content Services for IBM Lotus: Provides integration with IBM’s Lotus Quickr, Lotus Connections and Lotus Notes to provide organizations with an alternative to Microsoft Sharepoint.

You can check out the updated Alfresco Stack with the BitNami native installer, virtual appliance or Amazon or GoGrid cloud images. To learn more about the improvements in Alfresco 3.3, visit Alfresco’s wiki.

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