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jakarta-jetspeed

Jetspeed is an Open Source implementation of an Enterprise Information Portal, using Java and XML. The data presented via Jetspeed is independent of content type, This means that content from for example XML,RSS or SMTP can be integrated with Jetspeed.

 

ipoint-portal

iPoint Portal Open Edition is a complete open source collaborative web portal. iPoint comes with a complete set of portlets with which you can create fully featured portals, Internet sites and collaborative workspaces. Features:

 * Full Content Management Capabilities for static Content on any page.
 * Web 2.0 collaboration features including Wikis, Calendars, Blogs, Forums and Document Sharing.
 * Rich Media support including embedded images, audio and video.
 * Full text search of all content.
 * Extensive notification and messaging support including eMail, SMS and portal.
 * Easily branded with full XHTML and CSS support. Blue Dot Bullet RSS support both to publish and consume RSS feeds.
 * WebDAV support to drag and drop files for sharing.
 * Easily extensible through building custom portlets, templates and views.
 * Standards compliant supporting JSR 168 portlets on any page.
 * Easily Integrated with other applications using portlets.
 * Java platform , runs on any hardware platform that supports Java e.g. Windows and Linux.
 * Strong security with permissions on individual pages and portlets.

 

uportal

uPortal is an open-standard effort using Java, XML, JSP and J2EE. It is a collaborative development project with the effort shared among several of the JA-SIG member institutions.

 

liferay

Liferay is a portal designed to deploy portlets that adhere to the Portlet API (JSR 168). Many useful portlets are bundled with the portal (Mail, Document Library, Calendar, Message Boards, etc)

 

jakarta-pluto

Pluto is the Reference Implementation of the Java Portlet Specfication (JSR 168)

 


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