All Posts tagged as "applications"

Installing Jahia Community SDK on Debian 9

Jahia is a software company which provides enterprise products and services. Its main products are jContent (a content management system), jExperience (combines customer data with customer management for personalized customer experience and jCustomer (an open source customer data platform). These products are combined in innovative way to provide solutions such as CMS (Customer Management System), PWA (Headless Progressive Web Applications), Customer Portals and more. Jahia provides a 30 day trial period of most of its products and solutions.

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Installing Ghost on Debian Stretch

Ghost is an open source blogging platform similar to WordPress. It is based on a modern web architecture and has very good performance and security. It is very popular and is used by major corporations including Mozilla, NASA, Apple and more.

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Online Collaboration with Slack

Slack is a popular online collaboration platform that is widely used by professionals from different fields. It allows instant messaging, voice and video conferencing, file sharing, integration with applications and more.

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Graphics - Quick Tips

Following are some quick tips related to Graphics:

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Installing Editoria book publishing platform

Editoria is a web based tool for publishing books. It allows editors and authors to collaborate on book publishing. Editoria is being developed by the University of California Press and the California Digital Library in partnership with the Coko Foundation.

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Tracking Issues with Mantis Bug Tracker

Mantis Bug Tracker is web based software that allows keeping track of issues. It is used mainly for tracking bugs in software, but may be used as a general purpose issue tracker for all types of projects.

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Publishing websites using Jekyll

Jekyll is a static site generator. It generates static HTML pages from content written in Mark Down or HTML. Its different from other website publishing tools in that it does not use a database.

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Installing Laravel Spark, GitScrum and IceCoder on Debian Stetch

Laravel Spark is a non-free but open source application for the Laravel PHP Framework. It provides features that are commonly found in web applications such as user subscription, billing plans, invoicing and payment processing.

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Installing Wireshark on Ubuntu Artful

Wireshark is a network protocol analyzer which allows inspecting network traffic at different levels. It supports all the well known network protocols and is commonly used for troubleshooting network related problems.

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Exo Platform - Intranet portal and collaboration

Exo Platform is an Intranet portal with collaboration features written in Java language. It is available as open source. It allows employees to collaborate effectively and productively. Its main features are an activity stream, documents, wiki, calendar, forums, contacts and spaces.

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Installing Zurmo CRM and Oxwell Social Network Platform

Zurmo CRM is a customer relationship management system with a wide range of features such as Contact Management, Activity Management, Deal Tracking and more. Oxwell social network platform allows creation of social networks and online communities. Both applications are written in PHP and MySQL. Both platforms are open source and free to use.

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Installing Canvas learning management system

Canvas LMS is a modern Learning Management System. It allows teachers and instructors to publish learning material online such as courses, quizzes, assignments, announcements, syllabus, modules, discussions, files, learning outcomes and more. Canvas is available as open source software and can be used free of charge.

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Data mining with Graylog2

In my earlier post titled, Graylog2 - A scalable open source centralized logging system, I had described my experience with installing and configuring Graylog2. In this post, I will describe my experience with using the search features of Graylog2.

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Graylog2 - A scalable open source centralized logging system

In this blog post I will describe my experience with installing an open source centralized logging system called Graylog2. Graylog2 is an excellent log management system. It is based on well known open source tools such as Mongodb and Elasticsearch.

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Installing Atlassian products on Google Cloud

Atlassian is a software company that develops products for software developers and project managers. Its main products are an Issue Management system called Jira and a Document Management and Collaboration platform called Confluence.

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Installing HumHub and Communote on Debian Jessie

HumHub and Communote are both web based social network platforms that allow teams and small organizations to communicate and collaborate using Activity Streams, Messaging, Blogging, Tagging and more. HumHub is based on the Yii Php Framework, while Communote is written in Java.

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Installing NextCloud, Collabora and Spreed on Debian Jessie

NextCloud is a document management and collaboration system. It allows users to access their images, documents, spreadsheets and other files from any location and any device.

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Pydio - Document management and Sharing

Pydio is a Secure File Management and Sync solution. It was formerly called AjaXplorer. Pydio stands for 'Put Your Data In Orbit'. It allows users to manage and share their files across devices. It has a customizable web interface and has clients for Desktop and Mobile devices.

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Installing Rocket Chat and Wekan on Ubuntu Server

Rocket Chat and Wekan are useful online collaboration tools. Both tools are open source and can be downloaded and installed for free.

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Installing and configuring Redmine

Redmine is a web based project management and collaboration platform. It is based on the Ruby programming language and the Ruby on Rails framework. Its user friendly and easy to install and configure.

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Installing W3C Markup Validator and Validator Nu on Debian Jessie

W3C Markup Validator and Validator.nu are two useful tools that can be used to validate HTML code. W3C Markup validator allows validating xhtml, html, xml, mathml and more. Validator.nu allows validating HTML 5 code. The W3C Markup validator is written in Perl, while the Validator.nu is written in Java. Both tools are actively being developed.

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Some excellant Wordpress Plugins

This blog post is about my experience with using WordPress plugins. WordPress is an excellent blogging platform that is used by millions. It has an enormous number of plugins that are maintained by people all over the world. You can find a WordPress plugin for just about any function you can imagine.

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WordPress for small and medium businesses

WordPress is an excellent platform for small and medium businesses (SMBs). Recently I had the opportunity of constructing the home page for a small business. I will share my experience in this blog post.

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Installing W3C Markup Validator on Debian Jessie

The W3C Markup Validator is a useful tool that allows validating HTML text. It can be used to check if a given web page or text conforms to the HTML 5 standard.

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Deploying WSO2 Api Manager

The WSO2 API Manager is a platform for managing APIs. It allows deploying, monitoring and testing APIs. It is a complete API management platform that allows building scalable APIs.

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Samba - An open source File Server and Active Directory Controller

Recently I had the task of setting up central user management for Windows servers. This blog post describes my experience with trying to setup central user management for Windows servers in an open source Linux based environment.

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FreeIPA - An open source centralized user management system

This blog post is about FreeIPA, a very useful open source centralized user management solution from Red Hat. I had the opportunity of installing FreeIPA in a virtualized environment. I want to share my experience in this blog post.

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Installing FreeIPA client on Debian

Recently I had the opportunity of installing FreeIPA client on servers running the Debian operating system. I will share my experience in this blog post. FreeIPA is an excellent centralized user management system from FreeIPA.

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Proxmox - An open source Virtualization Platform

This blog post is about my experience with using Proxmox Virtualization Platform. Proxmox is an excellent open source virtualization platform from the German company Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH. It is used by tens of thousands of users.

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Cloudinary CDN - A free Content Delivery Network

Recently I had the opportunity of integrating a free Content Delivery Network (CDN) called Cloudinary with my clients website. I will describe my experience in this blog post. Cloudinary is an excellent Content Delivery Network that can be used to serve static website content such as images, video, audio, HTML, CSS, JavaScript files and more. Cloudinary has an excellent free plan with great features.

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