The platform already provides multiple clients for accessing the platform remotely. We also provide a test suite from which you can get inspiration if you want to write a new client for Nuxeo (for example in C#, in C, ...) and want to assert your level of compliance.
- Java Automation Client — Nuxeo provides a high level client implementation for Java programmers: Nuxeo Automation Client API simplifies your task since it handles all the protocol level details.
- iOS Client — The goal of the iOS SDK is to integrate correctly with REST tools of the Nuxeo Platform, and provide a hierarchical synchronization service, so as to be able to access content offline.
- PHP Automation Client — A PHP automation client is made available on GitHub. You can use it and ask for commit rights on the project if you want to improve it or fix a bug. The project contains the library and some sample use cases.
- Using a Python Client — Alternatively you can use the standard library of Python to access a Nuxeo repository using the Content Automation API. Here is a worked example with screencast that demonstrates how to deploy a custom server side operation developed in Java using the Nuxeo IDE and a client Python script that calls it: Exploring Nuxeo APIs: Content Automation.
- Client API Test suite (TCK) — This chapter provides a test suite that can be used to test the implementation of an automation client library.
- Android Client
- Using cURL — In this example we are using the UNIX curl command line tool to demonstrate how to invoke remote operations.