I’m very pleased to officially announce the beta4 release of the Alfresco SDK 2.0.
Gab has written a great post about the release, which includes a ton of goodies, like hot reloading java code, web scripts and client side resources. We’ve also included a records management profile and extra goodies.
We’re also officially now on Maven Central, so fire up your terminal and run “mvn archetype:generate -Dfilter=org.alfresco.maven.archetype:” – or look at the video below to see how to use it from Eclipse.
It’s been a huge team effort, we’ve had a lot of people help test it out and contribute.
There is a lot of extra stuff going into the final 2.0 release and we’ll be working hard to stabilise these new features, introduce even more features and documentation.
I’ll continue my work with the SDK, create new videos, howtos etc. During the hackathon at Alfresco Summit in London, I’ll be working on back porting some of the reloading features to 4.2.x.
To wrap it all up I’ve created a video that shows how to setup and use the SDK with Eclipse. Enjoy!