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Liferay Portal is the world's leading enterprise open source portal framework, offering integrated Web publishing and content management, an enterprise service bus and service-oriented architecture, and compatibility with all major IT infrastructures.
Effective reporting is crucial in monitoring the operation of information systems and operation of any enterprise. Quick access to key information provided in transparent manner affect the accuracy and speed of decision-making. Application Aperte Reports is a flexible tool based solely on open ... [More]
Liferay extensions allowing to recognize user's device and take actions (dynamically change theme or redirect) based on user's device capabilities.
Symbiosys is an implementation of PatientOS where the UI layer uses with eclipse's rcp, jface and swt widget libraries to achieve native look and feel of the gui at runtime. The system can be described as an emr, ehr, pmr, pms -- patient management system, electronic health records, electronic medical records.
Based on esria dashboard / adobe flex devnet dashboard sample with added flexmdi cascade/tile (esria pod drag/drop in tile mode) and more pods, and both flex+browser and flex+air versions FlexibleDashoard (Flex+Browser) pods: line, bar, pie charts, form, todo, list, JasperReports viewer, Pentaho ... [More]
Flex+AIR portal container for LiferayCan display regular Liferay portlets (JSR-168, JSR-286, HTML/Ajax etc.) All of Liferay backend, standards it supports can be leveraged Can display Flex portlets (swfs) without html wrapper (no need for special handling of restarting when resize portlet) from ... [More]
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