Alfresco version 5.0 is not responsive, so it is necessary to replicate the extensions in the mobile version, I would like to know if this is possible and how to do it.
Thank you very much.
Can you clarify your requirements a bit more please? Presumably you're saying that it is Share that is not responsive (which is probably a fair assessment currently). However, both our mobile clients for iOS and Android are native mobile applications (rather than being HTML based) and are implemented completely differently.
Is your requirement to make a web-based interface that matches the mobile interface? Or is it to customize Share to make it more responsive?
The short answer I think though is that no, you cannot replicate the mobile extensions (because they don't exist) unless I'm misunderstanding your question.
Many thanks for the answer, my question was whether the extensions that I have currently applied to the web version of alfresco can be applied to the mobile version.
With your answer I see that it is NOT possible. Thank you very much.
No problem, happy to have helped!
Thank you very much for replying, I would like to know what other alternative we have to customize the mobile version of Alfresco Community, to:
- Change colors- Hide actions in the document library.- Hide the repository files.
It is very urgent to customize the mobile version of Alfresco, since Alfresco Commnity 5.0.d is not resposive.
I work with Joseph PH. We have implemented Alfresco Community 5.0.d and we need this version to be responsive. For this reason we decided to implement the mobile version but to use it we need to make changes in it (change colors, hide actions in the document library, hide the repository files, etc). Please advise us what to do. Our Alfresco application is widely used in the University where we work and we have the need to have an Alfresco solution that can be used in mobile devices.
I don't really understand what you mean by "the mobile version" because it sounds like you're not referring to the iOS / Android applications that we provide. It sounds like you still want to implement a web based application and that you want it to render differently when displayed on desktops, tablets, mobiles, etc - is this correct?
Are you looking to just customize the existing Share interface? Or do you want to create a custom application? What features and capabilities do you wish to provide? How much of the existing capabilities in Share do you wish to make responsive?
Do you want the application to be "adaptive" (i.e. initial rendering different on device) or "responsive" (i.e. dynamically responds to changes in screen dimension - such as resizing the browser window) as these are quite different things.
We have an approach we developed for making Aikau applications adaptive but we have no real implementation for a truly responsive application yet.
Retrieving data ...