We are pleased to announce that Jackrabbit Explorer, an administration tool for JCR repositories, is now available on Google Code. It’s exciting to be able to contribute something back to the JCR and Jackrabbit community, and we’d welcome feedback and feature requests (and bug reports!) for Jackrabbit Explorer via the Google Code project.
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Priocept has been accepted onto the Adobe Solution Partner programme, demonstrating Priocept’s experience with Adobe web technologies.
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