September 27, 2012
by Rüdiger Kurz
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Positive feedback for IKS at OpenCms Days 2012

OpenCms 8 – Experiences, Possibilities, Potentials September 24 to 25, 2012 – Cologne, Germany Joining Alkacon at the end of 2008 and being the third time speaker on OpenCms Days, I’m still impressed by the huge impact OpenCms has around … Continue reading

July 11, 2012
by Henri
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Create.js Update: Documentation, Hackathon, DrupalCon

Create.js is our take on modern web editing built on semantic technologies and the ideas of Decoupled Content Management. With Create, CMS developers can provide a fresh way for their users to write content on websites, and thanks to the … Continue reading

May 4, 2012
by Rüdiger Kurz
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Current state and future plans of VIE and Stanbol implementation in OpenCms

Hello CMS providers and IKS team, during the last year Alkacon has started several new projects, some of them based on IKS semantic web technology, all of them can be found under Alkacon’s github account. The acacia editor[2] is a modern HTML5 … Continue reading

April 16, 2012
by Henri
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VIE And Create: An Update

It is again time to write an update on the state of IKS‘s two main components for the semantic editing part of Decoupled Content Management:  VIE is the base semantic interaction library that handles the site’s content model through RDFa … Continue reading

March 12, 2012
by Rüdiger Kurz
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Alkacon’s new Acacia editor based on IKS semantic web technology

Did you know how easy it is to edit content directly on the webpage? The upcoming version 8.5 of OpenCms will feature inline-content-editing directly on the web page as well as next level form-based-editing. This is provided by Alkacon’s new … Continue reading