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CommonSpot ADF Update Q309

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The ADF is a new framework that is going to be released in an Open Source fashion. It contains a library of utilities designed to make CF development in CommonSpot more fun.

The ADF is a new framework that is going to be released in an Open Source fashion. It contains a library of utilities designed to make CF development in CommonSpot more fun.

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  • 1. Application Development Framework (ADF)
  • 2. Agenda
    • What is the ADF
    • What We Have Accomplished
    • Documentation
    • Source Control
    • Launch Plan
    • Q & A
  • 3. What is the ADF
    • Methodology
    • Set of utilities
    • CommonSpot extensions
    • Framework for building portable applications
    • Downloadable open source code
    • Supported by Professional Services (Initially)
  • 4. Benefits ADF
    • Organization
    • Common development methodology
    • Extensibility
    • Easy to upgrade
    • Open source
    • More time on “experience” development
  • 5. ADF Overview
    • Core
    • Apps
    • Extensions
    • Library
    • Third party
    • [Site]
  • 6. What we have accomplished
    • ADF in beta (and Live!)
    • Core functionality complete
    • License review and short list select
    • Documentation (reviewed later)
      • Automated vs. Manual
  • 7. Licensing ADF Applications Make Modifications x x Redistribute under new license x (*) x Redistribute as closed source x (*) x Resell x (*) x Rename x Required to commit changes x Commercial license for reuse x As is no warranty x x User indemnifies PaperThin x x
  • 8. Documentation
    • http://consulting.paperthin.com/adf-wiki/index.php/Main_Page d
  • 9. Source Control
    • SVN
    • Main tree (ADF Core)
    • One tree per application
    • Open for download
    • Secure for updates
  • 10. PaperThin Applications
    • Profile
    • Photo Gallery
    • Import Content
    • Article Editing
    • Videos
    • Blog
    • Portal
  • 11. Community Site
    • Wireframe/Design phase
    • Not just the ADF
    • Insight on “How” with CommonSpot not just “What”
    • Customer Profiles
    • Articles
    • Forums/Blogs
    • Open Source Projects (think SourceForge/RIAForge)
  • 12. Q & A

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