• GateIn 3.4 M1 : mobile redirection and JavaScript modules

    GateIn 3.4 M1 is the first milestone for the upcoming 3.4 release, it provides two new features: JavaScript modules and mobile redirect. You can download the release from this page, try it and give us feedback in the ...
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  • Mobile Updates: Device Based Site Redirections

    Some updates on what is happening on the mobile front with GateIn. We now have user agent (ie browser) detection and can configure site redirections based on that. Woot!     If you are using GateIn 3.4.0, ...
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  • Screencasts about GateIn and SAML2

    As you can see here GateIn 3.3 has integration with SAML2. From GateIn 3.4, we added possibility to integrate with 3rd party SAML vendors Salesforce and Google Apps. At this moment, you can already use latest version ...
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  • GateIn 3.3

    GateIn 3.3 is released today, 3 months after the 3.2 version, you can download it on this page.   A few months ago we decided to change our way to drive the GateIn project and provide more frequent releases to o...
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  • User Experience: what is this about anyway?

    Before I begin, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Gabriel Cardoso and I am the new GateIn's User Experience Designer. My role is to improve usability and user experience of the product. To encourage discuss...
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  • GateIn and SAML2 integration

    GateIn 3.3 is on the way and one of the new available features in this release is support for SAML2. SAML Authentication is implemented in GateIn SSO component as another provider to list of existing providers, which ...
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  • And now some screencasts on REST for GateIn Management

    With the release of GateIn 3.2, I'm happy to release some more screencasts, this time focusing on the REST interface of the new GateIn Management component.   The first screencast just shows an overview of the R...
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  • GateIn 3.2.0.Final release, Java EE 6 Portal and the design of project future

    3.2.0 Final released here!   It took us a while to get there but I’m happy to announce that GateIn Portal 3.2.0.Final has been released. I would like to especially thank Julien Viet with whom we are co ...
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  • GateIn Management CLI in Action

    As a follow up to my previous, rather lenghty blog A Deep Dive into the GateIn Management CLI, below is a screencast showing it in action. In this video I show the interactivness of the CLI and how easy it is to expo...
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  • A Deep Dive into the GateIn Management CLI

    So with GateIn 3.2 in sight and the release of GateIn 3.2 CR1, I figured now's as good a time as any to write a little about the new management component and more specifically the Command Line Interface (CLI) responsi...
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  • GateIn Portal 3.2.0-CR01 Released!

    On behalf of Julien Viet, me and our all commiters I would like to announce the release of GateIn Portal 3.2.0-CR01.   Here is the full change log   Go and grab the bits! http://www.jboss.org/gatein/downlo...
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  • Slides from portal presentation at JUDCon London 2011

    I finally found some time to publish slides from my presentation during JUDCon London 2011 - "Portal - Lego set for application development". It was a great conference and managed to have quite a few good discussions ...
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  • GateIn Portal 3.2.0 Beta01 Released!

    We have just released GateIn Portal 3.2.0 Beta01. Please go to our downloads page and try it out. Here are the release notes from JIRA   There are several major improvements since M01 worth mentioning: - Navig...
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  • Looking for an excellent Web Designer/Web Developer to hire

    HTML and CSS evolve, new great javascript libraries gets born every month, mobile platforms reshuffled the way we make user interfaces and last but not least tastes change...   We are looking for someone who can...
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  • Become the new JBoss Portlet Bridge lead !

    We are looking for the best candidate to work on the JBoss Portlet Bridge project. This project is key into the strategy of the JBoss Enteprise Portal Platform as it makes it easy for any developer to use JSF, Seam an...
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  • GateIn Portal on the road to JBoss AS7

    GateIn 3.2 has been in the making for a long time, and while it includes many fixes, and new features, we’ve also been working on features beyond 3.2 version.   With JBoss AS7 approaching the final release...
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  • GateIn 3.2 M1 reached

    We have just released the first milestone of GateIn 3.2 last week and I wanted to make a follow up post to Bolek's post to explain a bit the various features you will find in that release.   First I would like t...
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  • New Blog, New Project Lead and New Release!

    Many exciting things have been happening in the project lately and I would like to share some of them with you!   First of all GateIn Portal project blog has been moved to the JBoss.org as we want to focus more o...
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  • Sneak preview of GateIn navigation i18n

    Navigation is an important concept of GateIn, it allows to organize web pages as a hierarchical navigation tree for portals and groups. We have been working hard to improve this part of GateIn and one of the most awai...
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  • Does Developing Portlets Make You a Better Developer?

    I just wrote up a post explaining the benefits of portlet bridge technology and all the tools at your disposal... "Working with portlet technology is often discredited for it’s seemingly complex API and develo...
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