OpenCms at the Royal Library of Denmark

Date: May 5, 2008
Time: 10:00 - 11:00
Track: Business
Type: Presentation
Speaker: Carl Alex Friis Nielsen (The Royal Library)

Abstract

This is a presentation of the implementation of OpenCms at the Royal library, which is an organization with many editors, and different departments with different needs. The presentation will cover:

  • Why we chose OpenCms/opensource
  • Overview of the implementation process
  • Porting/integration of existing content/services
  • Integration of digital asset management and image server (Cumulus/eRez)
  • Why we are giving back to the opensource community
  • The KB suite (*) of free modules adding functionality to OpenCms

The presentation will include a demo of the content providers interface to the system and how the same content can be rendered differently in different contexts.

Latest News

  • OpenCms 12 available

    Oct 12, 2021 - OpenCms 12 features a headless JSON API for REST content access, together with several JavaScript demo applications that show how to use it. The default "Mercury" template has been greatly improved. Template variants allow to completely switch the generated HTML of a website simply by configuration. The updated WebDAV implementation enables mounting the OpenCms virtual file system from any WebDAV client.

  • OpenCms 12 Release Notes

    Oct 12, 2021 - The OpenCms 12 release notes contain detailed information about the new features and fixes in this version.

  • Alkacon OCEE 12.0

    Oct 12, 2021 - Alkacon OCEE 12.0 is the latest OCEE release for OpenCms 12. It adds new functions for managing log files in an OpenCms cluster, as well as improvements for the accelerator and the user synchronization.

  • OpenCms Docker image

    Oct 12, 2021 - Test OpenCms using the official image from the Docker hub registry - the fastest way to evaluate and test OpenCms. The image is well suited for evaluation and test purposes of the latest OpenCms release. We provide a docker-compose file to get OpenCms and the database running with just one command.

Try the OpenCms Live Demo