A PDF document can have an image layer and a text layer. Alfresco is able to index the content contained in the text layer. Thus, a PDF in Alfresco with a text layer is searchable in Alfresco.
But what happens with a PDF document without any text layer, like a scanned PDF ?
They are not indexed, and the search will never retrieve them. This behaviour can be confusing for the user, as he/she won’t see the same behaviour from 2 documents with the same Mime type (PDF). One will show up in the search, while the other won’t.
Today I will be discussing one possible use case for Google's BigQuery.
First a quick recap of this service: BigQuery features append-only table structures, RESTful api, handy web interface as well as SQL-like query language. Google claims it can easily handle billion+ data sets.
In Alfresco Explorer, the folder/category restriction is the native function for advanced search. There is no such function for advanced search in Share. For better performance, it’s important to have this feature for the advanced search in Alfresco Share.
The advanced search in Share is based on form service. And the form service allows showing the existing fields and the potential fields for a content type. To get category restriction, the field “cm:categories” can be introduced into the search form like the following:
For website or application design projects that employ an Agile Scrum methodology, I often like to begin the project with a "Sprint 0". Sprint 0 is a unique iteration that happens right at the start of the project to allow for some foundational architecture to be established, the requirements to be clarified, and for the wireframes and designs to get slightly ahead of the development. Then, once the project gets "properly" underway using agile, the team members focused on coding, theming and QA are ready to hit the ground running from day 1 of Sprint 1.
Thank you for attending my webinar - Building Rich Internet Apps with Drupal & HTML5. I really appreciate the support and the amount of interest in this topic that you guys have shown! This blog post is dedicated to answering the questions that were asked during the webinar; unfortunately I couldn't get to all the questions but please feel free to leave any more in the comments and perhaps there will be a Part 2 of this Q&A.
With the rising popularity of mobile devices, it's only natural that your website's mobile viewership will also increase, but is your website ready to adapt? Unfortunately you have no control over what platform your viewers will be using. No worry, gone are the days of pinch to zoom, welcome our new pal, Responsive Design.