Enterprise Java Content management system - Hippo CMS

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to the Hippo CMS
community.

 

Build, test and deliver cross-channel
experiences with Hippo open source CMS.

 

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Source code, forge, license, roadmap and system requirements.

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What is
Hippo CMS?

Hippo is the open-source content management system at the heart of BloomReach Experience. This Java CMS enables companies to orchestrate and deliver cross-channel digital experiences. Hippo’s clean, modular architecture and support for open standards make it the ideal platform for agile development and open integration.

Architecture
April 23, 2012

The relations between repository, CMS and delivery tier.

Hippo Videos
November 28, 2016

Learn how to navigate Hippo CMS as a content editor and master the interface.

Java Based

Easy to integrate, testable, ready for continuous integration, and sticking to Java standards such as JCR 2.0 and JAX-RS.

Open Source

We use and contribute to many open source components - and our entire core is available under the Apache License.

Scalable

Hippo architecture is designed to handle your evolving traffic requirements. Built for scaling, our CMS supports both clustering and replication.

Separate Content from Presentation

Use Hippo's  fully customizable document-oriented model and built-in modeling tools to separate content from presentation.

Performance Driven

Performance matters! Hippo CMS scales both  horizontally and vertically and makes use of multi-layered caching to squeeze the most out of your implementation.

Easy to integrate

Query content using REST, hook up an external application into the rendering phase via Spring. Build a Mobile app or an AngularJS app that consumes content from Hippo.

For Content & Commerce

Looking for a way to bring your content and commerce effort closer together? Learn more how Hippo CMS can integrate with your e-commerce system.

Multi-lingual, Multi-site, Multi-channel

Out of the box support for multi-language, multi-site and multi-channel implementations. 


Integrations

Hippo CMS integrates with many popular third-party systems and applications. To learn more visit our Integrations Marketplace or check out some of the most popular integrations below.

INTEGRATING HIPPO CMS WITH MARKETING AUTOMATION

Pardot is a flexible marketing automation tool, that allows marketeers to segment leads, set up drip campaigns, maintains lead scores etcetera.  Hippo is a flexible CMS providing behavioral targeting in it's relevance module.  By integrating CMS with marketing automation, marketers can deliver a consistent message to their segments in online and offline channels

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Integrate Hippo CMS with Cloudinary Imaging services

Cloudinary is a software–as-a-service (SaaS) imaging solution hosted in the cloud. It provides an api for manipulating images via a REST-service. This post describes how to unleash the cutting-edge imaging capabilities of Cloudinary to transform your images in Hippo CMS.

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Building an e-commerce site using commercetools

Apache Cordovacommercetools is a really powerful e-commerce solution that serves as a central backend for your multichannel e-commerce solutions. Learn how you can integrate it with Hippo CMS for a content enriched ecommerce experience.

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Left Alignment in RTE
by: Yogita Tiwari | 23-02-18 07:20:00 (CET)

Hi, The Rich Text Editor provided by hippo(v11.2.1) has an option for alignment of text. But the "left alignment" is not working. Although other alignments(right, center, justify) works fine. Is it a known issue? Anyone else is facing this problem? Thanks

Access another field or get UUID in edit mode
by: brian doherty | 22-02-18 21:24:11 (CET)

I am in the code for a compound. I have a value list provider. To generate the value list, I need data from another field. The other field holds a document. How can I access another field in the java code for the value list provider? It's okay if it's the last saved document (if the user

Re: [hippo-community] Get Sub-string From URL in FTL
by: woonsan.ko | 22-02-18 16:01:45 (CET)

Also, for those who want to test FreeMarker templates on the fly, try this at any time with the examples: - http://try.freemarker.org/ Cheers, Woonsan On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 9:11 AM, Woonsan Ko <woons...@bloomreach.com> wrote: > <#assign s="/level1/level2/level3/a/b/c.html"> > <#assign

Re: [hippo-community] Using Spring security and custom login form
by: woonsan.ko | 22-02-18 15:43:16 (CET)

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 6:21 AM, Roman <mdac.co...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi > > Thanks for the quick answer. Yes I am using [2]. > > I tried changing the mount formloginpage and that indeed does what I need. > However I see some issues with redirection after successful authentication > as when the

Re: [hippo-community] Get Sub-string From URL in FTL
by: woonsan.ko | 22-02-18 15:11:55 (CET)

<#assign s="/level1/level2/level3/a/b/c.html"> <#assign res=s?matches(r"^((\/[^\/]+){3})(.*)$")> <#assign firstThree=""> <#if res> <#assign firstThree=res?groups[1]> </#if> ${firstThree} <#-- "/level1/level2/level3" --> On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 12:16 AM, Vivek <vivek....@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi,

Re: [hippo-community] Using Spring security and custom login form
by: Roman | 22-02-18 12:21:26 (CET)

Hi Thanks for the quick answer. Yes I am using [2]. I tried changing the mount formloginpage and that indeed does what I need. However I see some issues with redirection after successful authentication as when the authentication and redirection to custom login form is handled fully by spring


Tools and Plugins

 

Thanks to our pluggable architecture, many of the Hippo CMS features are available as plugins. You can extend the Hippo CMS functionalities with our Default, Standard and Community plugins. To access the entire list of plugins available for your use, check out Hippo Forge.

Popular Plugins from the Community

Hippo URL Rewriter

URL Rewriter is a servlet filter that is an extension of Paul Tuckey's UrlRewriteFilter, but instead of a packaged xml file the filter is fed with data from CMS documents. So dynamically manageable instead of statically!

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Hippo Feed Creator

Feed Creator is an addon for Hippo CMS that lets you create RSS feedsATOM feeds and provides an API which enables you to create your own web syndications with the CMS

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