'With the creation of the Exchange, Hannon Hill has hit the 'easy button' for users to obtain example code and get downloadable site content into their own Cascade Server instance.' - Alvin Chao, Manager of Web Services at James Madison University
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 21, 2014
Hannon Hill Corporation, creator of the leading enterprise content management system (CMS) for Higher Education, has released the Cascade Server Exchange. The initial announcement came at their 9th Annual User Conference in Atlanta, GA. Their newest client-focused resource is a simple and straightforward website where users can discover helpful resources, sites, code examples, webinars, and video tutorials for free. Users can browse examples of common website features and easily download them for use in their website implementations.
“We’re pretty excited to offer this resource,” said Charlie Holder, Head of Customer Experience at Hannon Hill. “Many of our clients were very interested in a place that would showcase all of the fundamental things you might want to do with your website and all of the cool things that other community members are doing as well.”
Customers can search for resources by category, release date, or language used and many of the resources come with screenshots and recorded demos of how to implement them. The initial rollout of the website includes resources for a variety of categories, including Sites, Tutorials, Webinars, Web Services, Velocity, and XSLT.
While all of the examples and resources currently in the Exchange are drafted by Hannon Hill, clients are encouraged and welcome to submit their shareable resources as well. Some of the downloadables include a social media mashup, a form builder and processor, a faculty directory, a course catalog, a calendar of events, and a blog site. Users can customize the look and feel and the functionality of these downloadables to suit their unique needs and organization’s branding.
“The Cascade Server community has always been open and vibrant. The Exchange is the perfect place to bring together all of the technical expertise our clients have and display it in a simple and public format that’s more user-friendly than most code-sharing websites,” said Hannon Hill’s Marketing Manager, Kate Clark.
Hannon Hill’s customers have been notified of the launch and anyone can start browsing, downloading, and contributing by visiting the Cascade Server Exchange website. For more information read their blog about Cascade Server Exchange, or to submit questions and comments about the Exchange visit their contact page.