The Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) released a suite of open-source developer tools – implementing the Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA) specification released earlier this year to enable a broad developer community to integrate content provenance across web, desktop, or mobile projects, regardless of their location or level of technical depth with the comprehensive C2PA technical specification. The three tools are:
- C2PA Tool – Developers can install this utility to create, verify, and explore content credentials on their command line, or wrap it into a service to quickly equip their processes to interact with content provenance.
- Rust SDK – Developers can build custom applications across desktop, mobile, and services that create, verify, and display content credentials directly via our powerful Rust library.
CAI Releases Suite of Open-Source Tools to Advance Digital Content Provenance
Umbraco announced a strategic agreement with Microsoft to extend the reach of Umbraco’s flexible and open source content management system (CMS) built on Microsoft .NET and strengthen its position in the Azure Marketplace, an online store built around Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.
Listed on the Azure marketplace are Umbraco Cloud and Umbraco Heartcore, the company’s headless CMS. These technologies are at the core of Umbraco’s composable digital experience platform (DXP), which lets companies integrate best-of-breed applications or tools with the CMS to design the digital experiences that fit their organization’s needs instead of deploying a monolithic suite comprised of multiple MarTech technologies all integrated into one suite purchased from one vendor. As a composable DXP, the solutions, including Umbraco Cloud, work together via APIs to flexibly deliver content and customized digital experiences to customers.