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Charting the Course

Thu 5 May 2016 by Josh Fletcher
Percentage Chart

Charts are a fundamental part of effective reporting, and are especially useful for “dashboards”, to give an easy-to-understand visual representation of data. Nuxeo provides an extensive list of charting features, including template rendering options (for basic to advanced rendering as well as UI configuration), a library of data visualization Web components, Kibana integration, etc. In

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The Nuxeo Chrome Dev Tools Extension is Here!

Tue 3 May 2016 by Karin Touchie
Hot Reload Success

Now available from the Chrome Web Store for the Nuxeo Platform 8.2, the Nuxeo Chrome Dev Tools extension aims at providing Nuxeo developers and administrators with a few time-saving shortcuts. Some of the most commonly performed actions on the Nuxeo Platform will now be at your fingertips! The extension works with any Nuxeo instance you

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Watermark your PDFs

Tue 26 April 2016 by Thibaud Arguillere
Screen Shot 2016-04-26 at 12.36.11 PM

The Nuxeo Platform already natively does quite a lot around PDFs. “Already” and “natively” translate to “you don’t have to do anything, the features are here”, which is always a cool way of working. It lets you focus on other features of your application. For PDF manipulation, here’s a short (but not exhaustive) list of

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Giving It 99 Percent!

Thu 21 April 2016 by Josh Fletcher
Claims progress

When it comes to UI design, percentages can be a pain! At the convergence of UI/UX, mathematics, and computer mathematics it’s quite easy to find yourself in a situation as seen in this chart: There is a problem with this chart? Did you spot it? 26 + 61 + 12 = 99 The percentages do

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Live documentation – Nuxeo Platform Explorer

Tue 19 April 2016 by Mike Obrebski
API Documentation

Outside of developing and maintaining the Nuxeo Platform, a major goal of our company is to provide advice, support and tools for our customers to maximize the ease of development and clarity of the system. This includes extensive documentation, the Studio configuration application, the Nuxeo IDE, and some additional useful tools, which I’d like to

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Nuxeo Studio Rocks! Save Time While Creating New Form Layouts

Thu 14 April 2016 by Anne Jubert

Nuxeo Studio 31 was released in March and Thibaud has already listed the new features in one of his previous blog. Let’s take a closer look today at one of those features: creating a layout from a schema. Creating a Layout From a Schema In “Listings & Views” > “Form Layouts”, you can now create

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Introducing Nuxeo Java Client 1.0

Tue 12 April 2016 by Vladimir Pasquier
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As we constantly strive to make the Nuxeo Platform better and more efficient than ever, this time we turned our attention to the new REST API Java client. The Story The initial Java Automation Client fulfilled a lot of needs but there were two versions, one for Java and one for Android. The nuxeo-automation-client design

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Some GlusterFS Experiments and Benchmarks

Thu 7 April 2016 by Rémi Cattiau

In my previous blog, I talked about how to install Kubernetes and use GlusterFS. The reason we used GlusterFS was to be able to have a shared storage between each node of the cluster, so we can spin an instance of any Docker image on any node without issues, as the container will use the

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How to Get an Embedded PDF Preview in Nuxeo

Tue 5 April 2016 by Michael Gena
Embedded pdf preview

Starting from the version 7.3, the Nuxeo Platform offers the capability of previewing a PDF using PDF.js. Recently, we were asked if it’s possible to have an embedded version of the PDF preview. Our answer, of course, was yes! Let me walk you through the steps on how you can achieve this. A Custom Widget

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The UI Dev Mode Will Tell You Everything!

Thu 31 March 2016 by Frédéric Vadon

Today, our tip of the day is about the UI development mode. I use it all the time when I do any heavy configuration of the Nuxeo Platform and most likely you will too, if you haven’t already! So, what it is? The UI dev mode is a feature that displays all the information available about any

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