- Taschenbuch: 450 Seiten
- Verlag: Manning (1. August 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1617291153
- ISBN-13: 978-1617291159
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,7 x 2,5 x 23,5 cm
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CMIS and Apache Chemistry in Action (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. August 2013
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Florian Muer is an ECM Development Architect at SAP. He's a member of the CMIS Technical Committee and CMIS specification editor. He is chair of the Apache Chemistry project and a core developer of Apache Chemistry OpenCMIS and Apache Chemistry DotCMIS.
Jay Brown is an Architect and CMIS Evangelist for IBM where he has designed several of IBM's CMIS products shipping today. He's an original contributor to the Oasis CMIS 1.0 spec and authored several of the CMIS 1.1 features. Jay regularly speaks on this subject at IBM's annual conferences.
Jeff Potts is the Chief Community Officer at Alfresco. He started working with CMIS in 2009 and maintains cmislib, a Python client API for CMIS. Jeff regularly speaks about Alfresco, cmislib, and the CMIS specification at conferences and events around the world."
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The instructions are clear, as are the examples. The Apache Chemistry project is probably among the best-documented of the Apache projects. The authors, who are involved "hands-on" with the development of the Chemistry project, are very helpful on the mailing lists, both for the Manning book forum and the Chemistry Dev mailing lists.
The sample project, covered in the book, illustrates most all of the common CMIS API usage that one may encounter when working with ECM products that comply with the CMIS Specification. The fact that it is fully functional as you progress through the book (enabled in small chunks as one moves along), coupled with having it just "work OOTB" as instructed, puts this book in a class by itself.
We've been developing a project around Alfresco over the past year, and this book has been immensely helpful. (We were using the Manning MEAP edition as the book was being written). Many thanks to the authors for such outstanding work.
I have read far too many books in this business on software, languages, and new standards that add no useful information beyond what is in the published standard. Pages and pages of dubious quality code, quotes from standards documents, and little new explanation or insight.
CMIS and Apache Chemistry In Action is a very readable introduction to the CMIS standard. It makes clear what the standard does and does not cover, but does not dwell on endless quotations of the standard. It does this by using a simple example of a Java web application that uses CMIS to access a sample storage application. It strikes a surprisingly good balance between just enough code to implement the application using common Java web constructs (servlets, JSPs) while keeping the focus on CMIS and not getting mired down in the Java technology. At the same time, it explains enough of the latter so that anyone not familiar with Java web technologies, or even Java, can still follow along. The authors do similar justice to a sample Android application for using CMIS in a mobile environment, and using CMIS in a Python scripting environment.
This is one of the best books about a new standard that I have read in a long time.
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