Here's an odd thought: there aren't any particularly cute content management systems out there. Daisy really threw us off in this regard.
But hey, cute packs punch - just ask the PowerPuff Girls. Daisy is apparently no exception.
New features include:
- a Spring-based runtime container. This is for the document repository; it makes third-party component development a little easier
- document variable support for managing content in a given set of parameters
- a WYSIWYG document version diffing tool. This is HTML-based and was apparently developed in conjunction with Google's Summer of Code…?
- a document pre-save interaction hook for controlled authoring environments (it helps with eSignature support)
- Query language and publishing environment improvements
Daisy also supports jBPM-based workflow and is now equipped with content migration tools.
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