Broadleaf Commerce, a provider of open-source ecommerce website development and ecommerce solutions, is proud to announce the site re-launch of datacenterHawk. With just a few clicks, businesses in need of data center solutions can now conduct real-time searches with the criterion of their choosing.
If you haven't read the blog post entitled "Broadleaf's Unique Application Context Merge Process Explained", it is worth a quick read to familiarize yourself with the motivations behind it and why it is used. Now, if you've actually worked with Broadleaf and dealt with the merge process in your own implementations, you may have noticed the lack of fine grain control of the whole process.
In this article, we'll cover some of the issues surrounding session fixation attacks, common exploits, various protection mechanisms against it, and also how Broadleaf handles this interesting security problem.
Broadleaf Commerce is now offering instructor led training classes in Dallas, TX.
Broadleaf Commerce, the Enterprise Open Source eCommerce Platform, now includes support for Ratings and Reviews of products for the demo site, The Heat Clinic.
We are proud to announce Solr-backed searches as a new feature of Broadleaf Commerce 2.0! Solr is a renouned, blazing-fast search index that Broadleaf now uses to produce product search results.
Broadleaf Commerce is an enterprise class, open source eCommerce framework currently available on GitHub here. It is built in Java on top of frameworks such as Spring and Hibernate, among other things.
I have been working a lot lately with Broadleaf Commerce and wondered what it would take to deploy it on VMware's Cloud Foundry. There are already a number of blogs and sources of documentation out there describing the simplicity and steps to deploy a Java / Spring web application to Cloud Foundry.
As the president of a small open source start-up company, I sometimes run up against the old saying, "Nobody ever got fired for buying IBM" (feel free to substitute your large company of choice)
Version 1.5 includes new administration features based on the new BLC Open Admin architecture. This article provides a preview of a few of the key administration screens.
Jeff Fischer, chief architect of Broadleaf Commerce, spoke with Terracotta on the topic of memory management.