Using the Alkacon OAMP Module series to enhance OpenCms

Track: Technical
Speaker: Michael Emmerich (Alkacon Software GmbH)

Abstract

The OpenCms Add-On Modul Paket series (OAMP) consists of a set of free Open Source modules to enhance interactive websites. Those modules are build based on the requiremets of different customer projects of the recent years and widely used in OpenCms projects.

In this session we will provide a view over the existing OAMP modules and their usage in real-life projects.

We will take a look at the OAMP Webform module and its extensions like the OAMP Survey or OAMP Comments module and how content editors can use them to add interactive forms, surveys or comment options to a website.

We will also introduce the new OAMP Documentcenter module which provides an easy to use tool for sharing documents like PDF or DOC files. This module will be made available just before the conference.

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