Thursday, May 20, 2010

Open Source mobile clients for Nuxeo

Finally, the application for ECM (document management), aimed at Nuxeo but extendable to any other ECM that adopts the CMIS standard, is available in Apple's App Store for iPhone mobile.
The name of the app is "ECM Móvil".

And we are making improvements to the version of Android.
Give us feedback, we think it's really cool!

We have released, in Morfeo project forge, three applications to access Nuxeo DM through your mobile phone.

From now on these applications are both free as in "free beers" and as in "freedom of speech".

These three applications allow access, viewing, search, digital signature etc. through your smartphone, with several operating systems: Google Android, Apple iPhone and Windows Mobile.

Mobile Document ManagementAmong the features offered by these applications we must emphasize the viewing of documents through a browser built into the client, so it is not necessary to have previously downloaded an application to display each of the documents.
It also allows you to save documents in favorites, so we have at our disposal the most frequently consulted.

In addition, soon we'll add new features to the application such as digital signature, semantic (DM intelligence) and geolocation, through which we can:

  • Digitally sign documents as we travel (no need to print or open the laptop)
  • Automatically identify the different types of documents through content analysis
  • See the exact location where you uploaded the document (or where it was last edited)
  • Upload photos directly from your mobile phone to the ECM.

You can see more pics of the iPhone application, and the Android one in our Innovation Wiki.

Here you have some pictures worth a thousand words.
Document Management with Nuxeo and Apple iPhone:

Document Management with Nuxeo and Google Android:

All three applications are free under the LGPL license, available to the developer community of Nuxeo ( and for other developers from other Enterprise Content Management Systems (ECM) like Alfresco, Sharepoint, OpenText, IBM FileNet or Documentum, thanks to a near-full employment of the CMIS standard.

The source code is available here:  

Yerbabuena Software does innovative developments in the field of document management and enterprise content management (ECM) with customer success stories such as BNP Paribas or I2BC.
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