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A first look to Hippo CMS showing all the main interfaces and tools available in the product.

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  • Hippo CMS A first look
  • Overview
      • Why Hippo?
      • Architecture
        • CDA
        • CMS
      • Hippo Site Toolkit
      • Authorization
      • Tools
  • Why Hippo?
      • Open Source WCM
      • Java development standards compliant (Maven :D)
      • REST: JSF, JSP, Portlets, Wicket, Freemarker, Spring MVC
      • Repository JackRabbit: JCR, WebDAV
      • Faceted browsing
      • Vibrant community
        • Forum
        • Hippo Forge
        • Mailing list
      • Cloud ready
  • Architecture
    • CDA (Live website)
    • (Content Delivery Application)
      • WAR
      • Well written API
      • Spring based
      • Easy to implement
    • CMA / CMS
    • (Content Management Application)
      • WAR
      • Wicket based
      • Hardcoded
      • Not easy to extend
    http://www.onehippo.com/en/products/cms/try
  • Architecture - Single node
  • Architecture - HA
  • Architecture - HA with technologies
  • CDA
    • The Content Delivery Application is a J2EE application based on the Spring Framework.
    •  
    • The CDA shows contents to final users using custom templates written in:
      • JSP
      • FreeMarker
  • CDA - Hippo Go Green example URL: http://www.demo.onehippo.com/
  • CDA - Template Composer URL: http://www.demo.onehippo.com/manager/edit
  • CDA - Template Composer A generic Drag & Drop section can be configured using JCR
  • CDA - Template Composer - JCR A generic Drag & Drop section can be configured using JCR
  • CMS - Dashboard
    • The dashboard is a personal panel for each user to:
      • Start a content wizard
      • Take a look at the activities and task history
      • Work on tasks assigned to the user  
    • URL: https://cms.demo.onehippo.com/
  • CMS - Dashboard
  • CMS - Browse
    • The browse feature allow users to navigate and manage all the contents and pages of all the websites:
    •  
      • Folders
      • Contents
      • Properties
      • Publication and content preview
      • Images
      • Assets
      • Content Types configurations
      • Taxonomies
  • CMS - Browser
  • CMS - Admin
    • The Admin feature allow administrators to:
      • Manage users
      • Manage groups
      • Manage permissions
      • Get system info
  • CMS - Admin
  • CMS - HST Configuration Editor
    • Hippo Site Toolkit provide a console to configure your own custom pages and templates providing these sections:
      • Sitemap
      • Site Menus
      • Pages
      • Components
      • Templates
    •  
    • Sections structure = nodes structure
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - products example
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - products example
    • In the products-overview page we have three columns that are defined as child nodes.
    • In the main element is defined products.main as the  template.
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - products example
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - products example Inside the template we have to add an hst:include element for each child node defined for the page
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - products example
    • content, leftnav and right must be defined in the HST Configuration Editor to correctly build the page.
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - products example
    • For each component we can configure:
      • the controller class (optional)
      • parameters (optional)
      • template
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - products example
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - products example
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - approach
      • Create a new project using the Maven Archetype (IDE)
      • Create your custom pages/components (CMS)
      • Write your own templates (CDA)
      • Implement your own Java logic for components (CDA)
      • Export all the XML configuration in your Java project (IDE)
      • Customize the CMS
  • Hippo Site Toolkit - architecture
  • Authorization
    • Hippo provides a default set of users, groups and roles to build your own website.
    •  
    • User Guides about the authorization model of Hippo are available at the following address:
    • http://www.onehippo.org/cms7/documentation/user
  • Authorization - Default model - Users
      • admin: has all privileges
      • editor: can edit and publish content
      • author: can edit content, but not publish
      • workflowuser: used internally by the workflow engine
  • Authorization - Default model - Groups
      • admin: members of this group have all privileges
      • editor: members of this group can edit and publish content
      • author: members of this group can edit content
      • everybody: every logged in user is member of this group
  • Authorization - Default model - Roles
      • admin: has the privileges of editor, all jcr privileges and the hippo:admin privilege
      • editor: has the privileges of author, jcr write privileges and the hippo:editor privilege
      • author: has jcr read privileges and the hippo:author privilege
      • readwrite: has jcr read and write privileges
      • readonly: has jcr read privileges
  • Authorization - Default model - Domain
      • everywhere: all content of the repository
      • defaultread: nodes that need to be readable by all (CMS) users
      • defaultwrite: nodes that need to be readable and writeable by all (CMS) users
      • versioning: nodes related to versioning
      • workflow: workflow configuration related nodes
      • hippodocuments: all documents
      • hippofolders: all folders
      • frontendconfig: CMS configuration nodes
      • hippogallery: assets and images
      • htmlcleaner: html cleaner configuration
      • templates: template definitions
      • hippolog: log nodes for activity plugin
      • hipporequests: nodes related to scheduling
  • Tools
      • Logging console
      • Console
      • Repository browser
  • Tools - Logging console URL: http://localhost:8080/cms/logging/
  • Tools - Console
    • The console browser allows to:
      • Manage all the nodes
      • View permissions
      • View workflows
      • Nodes Import/Export via XML
      • Check out / check in
      • Add namespaces
      • CND import / export (node type definitions) 
    •  
    • URL: http://localhost:8080/cms/console/
  • Tools - Console
  • Tools - Repository browser
      • browse all the nodes in the repository
      • allows to test your search queries (XPath, JCR SQL)
    •  
    • URL: http://localhost:8080/cms/repository/
  • Tools - Repository browser
  • Resources
    • Hippo Company:
    • http://www.onehippo.com/
    •  
    • Hippo Community:
    • http://www.onehippo.org/
    • Download page:
    • http://www.onehippo.com/en/downloads
  • Thank you for your attention!