Category: Hippo

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Forrester WCMS rapport 2017: Hippo en Episerver rijzende sterren

Begin 2017 verscheen het nieuwste tweejaarlijkse Wave-rapport van het gerenommeerde onderzoeksbureau Forrester over de marktpositie van de verschillende contentmanagementsystemen (WCMS) voor het web. Uit dit rapport blijkt dat Hippo en Episerver snel in populariteit en kwaliteit stijgen. Niet voor niets richt Indivirtual zich sterk op deze twee CMS’en. Forrester vergelijkt...

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Top 9 new features in Hippo CMS 11

This blog post takes a look at some of the new features in Hippo CMS 11 from a developer’s perspective. A while ago I blogged about Hippo CMS 10. Since then a lot has changed in the Hippo world. Hippo CMS version 11 has been released and I will show you what Hippo...

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Indivirtual at Hippo.Connect 2016 in Amsterdam

Last week Indivirtual was present as a platinum sponsor at Hippo.Connect 2016, held in the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam. Hippo.Connect is an annual event organised by Hippo to bring clients, partners and developers together, to talk and learn from each other. In order to achieve this, the event contained a full program of parallel...

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12 new features of Hippo CMS 10 to look forward to

Hippo CMS 10 is a major new release of Hippo CMS. Many new features and improvements have been introduced with this release. We list here, in no particular order, top 12 new features/changes that we think are of the most importance. 12 new features of Hippo CMS 10 Versioning The last...

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Updating resource bundles in Hippo using Groovy script

Introduction Often, when deploying a new release through the DTAP environment, resource labels need to be updated as well. For example you added a new label for a button. Or you defined some configuration in a resource label, like a date pattern, which is used into your JSP file (although...

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Tutorial: setup Eclipse workspace for Hippo CMS

As a senior Java developer I’ve gained quite some experience in the last couple of years. Not only I know how to identify great software architecture or horror code, but also how my local development tool should look like. For example, the ideal IDE can check out a project from...