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 that need to be fixing. If you find one, let us know on the Github, using the issues tab.

Some features are still in progress, but we feel the project is at a good point to start letting the community test it out, and suggest updates for the future, or even contribute features to the roadmap.

 

Don’t forget to check out our other public projects here.

As always, happy extending!

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