Sophora CMS: Add-on MobileClient

The add-on MobileClient ensures easy access for editors to Sophora.

The MobileClient can be used on all common mobile devices. Also in the browser on your Mac or PC.

The MobileClient contains a simple text editor for document-oriented and paragraph-based working. Thus, the MoblieClient is focusing on a fast and easy handling for editors outside the editorial department. The Sophora authentication and locking remain there. MobileClient and DeskClient are operating across editors.

Articles, images and live reportings can be created, edited and published while on the road by using the add-on. An integrated location field supports the site selection. The determination of position is used for instance for live reports.

Flexible Configuration

Clients can determine per document type, which already existing fields can be edited within the MobileClient. The naming of the fields can be customized individually. The configuration is carried out by using a tab within Sophora’s DeskClient. Therefore, a comfortable editing of the document types is possible.

Sophora Add-on MobileClient Anmeldung

Text Editor Including Validation of Mandatories Fields

Editors need to fill in mandatories fields and input defaults as character limitation within the text editor.

Sophora Add-on MobileClient - Texteditor mit Validierung von Pflichtfeldern

Adding Images

Editors can add images to an article. Image documents are automatically integrated into the components of the article. Labeling and minor changes can make editors at any time. Saving, publishing and putting them offline works in the mobile client as usual.

CMS Sophora Add-on MobileClient Bilder einfügem

Paragraph Types within the Copy Text

Text documents, based in the MobileClient can be classified by paragraphs and subheadings.

Text formatting and modules created in Sophora’s DeskClient by the editorial department, are displayed in the MobileClient. After saving, they are still existing.

Sophora Add-on MobileClient - Absatztypen im Copytext

Search with Filter Function

An integrated search function supports searching for document types. Also a search for documents, which user have worked on, is possible.

Sophora Add-on MobileClient - Suchfunktion

Technology

Components

The frontend uses a server component (Java stand alone), which provides all content via HTTP/JSON. The server component embeds Sophora's Client API, that is also being used by Sophora's DeskClients, the importer etc..

Frontend Technologies

  • HTML 5
  • TypeScript
  • Angular
  • Angular Material

Backend Technologies

  • Java
  • Spring

Requirements

Frontend

Sophora's MobileClient is built on features found only in modern browsers. You'll need to use one of the browsers below to use Sophora's MobileClient:

  • Google Chrome: latest version (min >= Version 41) for Desktop and Android
  • Mozilla Firefox: latest version (min >= Version 37) for Desktop
  • Apple Safari: latest version (min >= Version 8) for Desktop and iOS
  • Apple iOS: >= Version 8
  • Android: >= Version 5
  • JavaScript

Backend

  • Current Java Version
Other and older configurations available upon request.
Sophora's MobileClient may not work properly with beta or pre-release versions of these browsers. Download the latest commercial version above for the best experience.
Using Sophora's MobileClient with the 64-bit version of Mozilla Firefox on a Windows operating system is not recommended. You may experience lengthy waiting periods and server problems. Use the 32-bit version instead.

Test the MobileClient

Now you have gained an insight into the functions of Sophoras add-on MobileClient. Check out the entire functionality as described before by yourself. Access to our free trial of Sophora’s DeskClient as well as to the MobileClient can be received here.

Details

  • Name: MobileClient
  • Category: Client, Mobile, Web Client, Tablet, Smartphone
  • Type: Web-App
  • Compatibility: >= 1.54
  • Organization: subshell
  • Third-party software required: Modern Browser (see Browser Requirements)
  • Documentation