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Enterprise search with Solr and Elasticsearch @ Hippo Meetup

At a recent Hippo meetup I gave a presentation about enterprise search. Being able to index and search your content, both in the Hippo CMS and in other sources, is of interest to many Hippo users. The presentation does not go into any Hippo specifics, but provides a brief introduction to search, Apache Lucene and […]

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University of Amsterdam website goes live

University of Amsterdam website goes live

Congratulations to our client the University of Amsterdam who today launched their new website. With a new look & feel and a complete update of all the existing content it’s a showcase of how educational institutions can really provide relevant information to varied target audiences. The site built by us, Orange11, with the use of Hippo CMS now makes it […]

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Summer time…

Summer time…

For those you may have missed our newsletter last week I’d like to take this opportunity to give you a quick lowdown of what we’ve been up to. The summer months have been far from quiet and I’m pretty excited to share in this month’s edition lots of news on projects, products & upcoming events. […]

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Authenticate against a hippo repository using spring security

Within a number of my projects we use Hippo to create a website. Hippo contains a JackRabbit repository that has capabilities for authenticating and authorizing users. Hippo builds on this functionality for its own security model. In most of these projects we create an integration component to store content in the repository from other systems […]

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Migrating content with Spring Integration – A real life example

Migrating content with Spring Integration – A real life example

In one of the projects we need to migrate content from multiple websites into Hippo CMS. One of the interesting parts of this migration is that one of the websites will constantly provide us with updates of the content. Therefore it makes the migration a continuous process. In this post I will explain how we […]

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