Tribloom is pleased to announce our newest partnership with Crafter Software. We are thrilled to finally have an enterprise web content management solution from open source roots to offer to our clients. Crafter Software allows organizations to deliver strategic content tailored to end users easily, quickly and with the ability to scale across platforms. "Partnering with Crafter Software will allow Tribloom to offer a complete content management solution to our clients. Using Alfresco and Crafter Software together will provide a powerful web experience management tool for businesses to manage and disseminate their content to end users" said Michael McCarthy, President of Tribloom.
Congratulations to the Crafter team! We look forward to being part of the Crafter Software partner network and assisting clients on Crafter projects. If you are interested in learning more about how Crafter Software and Tribloom can help your organization please contact us.
Read the press release here.
Tribloom and Alfresco will be exhibiting at the 28th annual National Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, CO. The symposium will be held Monday April 16th through Thursday, April 19th. Visitor passes are available to the exhibit hall by contacting us (info[at]tribloom[dot]com). More information is available at the National Space Symposium web site.
We will be giving a way a new Apple iPad 3 to one lucky guest who visits us at booth number 1906.
In February, Tribloom hosted a Lunch & Learn in Salt Lake City, UT. In a bit of free time I had a chance to visit the Family Search Center in downtown SLC. I have always been interested in learning more about my family history and this was the perfect opportunity to do a little research. I quickly found more information than I could easily manage on a piece of paper. Being an engineer, I decided that I needed a better system with which to manage my family history information. I looked around the internet and did not find any obvious free software that I could use so I decided to use Alfresco (I have since been informed of a free software called GRAMPS that does manage personal family history). It took me about a day to customize to the point where it was usable and a couple more to do some really interesting things which I will outline here.
I recently revised both the Alfresco Share Demo and Alfresco Repository Demo Eclipse projects. I added the ability to compile and package Java code to the Share project while only minor revisions were made to the Repository project.
Last week I had a chance to experiment with the new File System Transfer Receiver (FSTR) also known as the File Transfer Receiver (FTR) in Alfresco 4.0.0 Enterprise. This is also available in the community version. Since directions are a little spotty, I thought I would give a rundown of the process of setting it up.
Alfresco's Transfer Service (wiki, docs) was introduced in version 3.3 as a means to transfer from one Alfresco repository to another Alfresco repository. Alone this isn't particularly useful to an Alfresco user as it primarily allows programmatic access to the Transfer Service, but when combined with the Replication Service (wiki, docs) it becomes very powerful. The Replication Service allows an Alfresco user to create a one time or recurring transfer of content from one repository to another. You can select which content to transfer as well as where to transfer it to. A piece that was missing previously was a transfer from an Alfresco repository to the file system.
Tribloom is a boutique Alfresco consulting firm headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with a presence in both Los Angeles and San Francisco (SF in mid 2012). We have deep experience with Alfresco WQS, Share customizations, forms, troubleshooting and upgrades. We have a wide variety of vertical experience (healthcare, education, and publishing, to name a few) which allows us to bring a large amount of experience to our projects. We are known for our high quality Alfresco implementations and dedication to our clients.
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At Alfesco DevCon 2011 I gave a talk about two Web Quick Start (also known as WCM Quick Start) implementations for our client FN Manufacturing. We modified WQS for an external facing website and an internal intranet site. The slides are available for download below.
Last week Tribloom attended Alfresco DevCon 2011 in San Diego, CA. Tribloom sponsored the event with 6 giant sized bean bags for people to relax on and USB flash drives (last year we sponsored the conference bags). Please check out our newest employee, Chris Paul's, blog post for a great recap of the event. Here are few pictures:
I recently installed SproutCore 1.4.5 on Windows XP. It was quite an undertaking, see my previous post. So I did a gem install sproutcore to get the latest version (1.5 as of this writing on 5/4/2011). I thought everything would work fine but I got the error below when trying to start the SproutCore server.