Day One Keynote - Presenting OpenCms 8

Track: Opening Keynote
Speaker: Alexander Kandzior (Alkacon Software GmbH)

Abstract

It has taken a long time but finally OpenCms 8 has been released during this conference.

In his conference opening keynote, Alexander presented the highlights of the OpenCms 8 release from the end user perspective.

He showed the new “Advanced Direct Edit” mode, which allows arranging content on pages with drag and drop, as well as the new “Sitemap Editor”, which allows visually modifying the site navigation structure. Other improvements in OpenCms 8 such as the improved publish dialog, support for <xsd:choice> and the new HTML multi file upload have also be presented.

Alexander also summed up the last 2 years for OpenCms and presented his vision going forward.

 

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