This manual describes the configuration of and development with Adaptive Personalization, the CoreMedia module for personalized websites. You will learn how to configure the GUI used in CoreMedia Studio, how to use predefined contexts and how to develop your own extensions.
This manual contains the basic knowledge you should have when you want to develop with CoreMedia Content Cloud. It describes the basic features and concepts of the development workspace, of the Commerce integration and of the Corporate Blueprint features.
This manual describes the concepts and administration of the main CoreMedia component, the Content Server. You will learn about the content type model which lies at the heart of a CoreMedia system, about user and rights management, database configuration, and more.
This manual is intended for architects and developers who want to learn about the concepts of CoreMedia's flexible deployment. You should be familiar with configuration management and application deployment concepts.
This manual is dedicated to administrators and developers of CoreMedia CMS installations. They will find descriptions of all tasks necessary for installation, configuration and operation of a CoreMedia system.
This manual describes the configuration and customization of Site Manager, the Java based stand-alone application for administrative tasks. You will learn how to configure the Site Manager with property files and XML files and how to develop your own extensions using the Site Manager API.
This document outlines the environments that CoreMedia supports with CoreMedia Content Cloud in the respective version and the environments that are known to work with the CoreMedia product based on customer feedback.
Retrieve Content from Headless Server for Integration into 3rd party Services
In this tutorial we show how a Headless Server client can be implemented with Java in order to access CoreMedia assets. It can be used for integrations into a digital asset management systems (DAM), social media or marketing tools.
GlobalLink Connect Cloud from Translations.com allows you to send content for translation into one or more languages, retrieve content automatically once the translation is complete, and access real-time information such as the translation status – all without leaving CoreMedia Studio.
Have you asked yourself how to build single-page applications or a progressive web apps with CoreMedia? Spark provides guidance and examples for developers on how to best develop applications by means of the data provided by the CoreMedia Content Cloud and its Headless server.
The CoreMedia Application Plugin serves the purpose of standardizing and simplifying the building of applications build upon the cm.exe and cm.sh infrastructure provided by the com.coremedia.cms#application-runtime#zip artifact.
Integrate social networks into CoreMedia Studio. Publish articles, videos and images directly to various social networks, schedule your posts to save time, and customize your content for each channel to reach your audiences more efficiently.
The Content Sync Adapter enables CoreMedia Content Cloud users to conveniently transfer content items from one environment to another.
A synchronization dialog makes it easy to select the content items of interest, including references, and intentionally import the preferred selection easily via the Ingest Service.