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Alfresco SDK 3.0 Walkthrough, Part 2

If you missed our first part of this walkthrough series, you’ll want to check that out first, as it will inform this one. In the last post we talked about setting up the base project and discussed the pom files. Now, we’ll dive a little deeper into the folder structures and other files, and how they’ll… Read more »

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It’s here! Alfresco to Dropbox Connector

As mentioned in a previous post we’ve been working on a way to synchronize content from Alfresco to Dropbox. Where do I get it? You can get the project as well as installation instructions right here at our github. What can we expect? Since this is just a beta release, there will still be bugs and issues… Read more »

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Coming soon: Alfresco Connector for Dropbox

Lately here at Fika we’ve been thinking of a fun new Community project for Alfresco that will provide users a way to connect to their content. In that regard, we noticed an Alfresco integration for Dropbox[1] that was mostly finished, but needed to be updated. The API it used is being retired by Dropbox at… Read more »

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