This dotCMS osgi plugin provides a github flavored markdown (gfm) compatible markdown parser (for the most part). It is built off of the txtmark project by René Jeschke. It provides a viewtool that can be used in dotCMS to parse text/content for gfm.
This osgi bundle provides a plugin that will automatically unlock content that has been locked for X amount of time.
An osgi plugin that provides a viewtool that allows a web developer to detect the user's browser, device and operating system. The plugin uses the "User Agent Utils" library by Harold Walker.
This plugin overrides the internal dotcms caching infrastructure (Guava) and replaces it with Redis, an external caching server that can be independently networked and scaled.
This plugin for dotCMS 3.0 exposes native elasticsearch content queries via a viewtool, a java api, a portlet and as a restful service. It allows you access to geolocation queries, facets, suggestions ("Did you mean?") and other standard functionality provided by Elasticsearch.
This is an osgi plugin that provides single sign-on using OAuth2. This intended to be a drop in replacement for the standard dotcms login, both for front end users and for backend users and effectivly disables the out of the box authentication.
This OSGI plugin provides a workflow actionlet that can send an arbitrary email that can be customized, personalized and formatted by the workflow admin. It is different from the standard notification in that the workflow admin has full control of all fields (velocity)in the email, including the subject, body and recipients. The actionlet also provides a "condition" that if it prints false, the email sending will be skipped.
This plugin overrides the internal dotcms caching infrastructure (Guava) and replaces it with memcached, an external caching server that can be indepently networked and scaled.
This plugin turns the Spam-Me-Not Java Version by Björn Bergenheim into a viewtool for dotCMS This is the OSGI Version
In mid 2013 Twitter switched off their old API and replaced it by a brand new one: v1.1. Even though the new API has many cool new features it does pose a problem for dotCMS site builders because it uses OAuth to authenticate websites that want to use the API. This means that website developers need to have a server side component that does all the OAuth protocol handling. This plugin provides this functionality in a multi-tenant environment.