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Import Documents in the Nuxeo Platform Using Node.js

Fri 19 December 2014 by Thomas Roger

In this blog, we will discuss how to import documents in the Nuxeo Platform using Node.js. In the last Nuxeo Tour workshops, we created two command line tool importers based on the Node.js version of the Nuxeo JavaScript client. Here, we will discuss about them in detail and show how they work. Goal The main goal

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Configuring Search Screens with Elasticsearch and Nuxeo Studio

Wed 17 December 2014 by Alain Escaffre
Configuring  a Term widget in Studio

With the release of the Nuxeo Platform 6.0, Nuxeo powers its search queries with the natively integrated Elasticsearch.Like everything we implement or integrate, the search experience is also configurable with Nuxeo Studio – our online configuration and design tool. This integration provides a unique cocktail of configurability and permissiveness that leverages the capabilities of Elasticsearch

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Nuxeo Platform 6.0: Answers to Your Questions

Fri 5 December 2014 by Julie Allouch
Search for Null Properties

We had such a great crowd on our last webinar showing the new features and functions in the latest long-term release of the Nuxeo Platform, that we haven’t been able to answer all of your questions. Our technical team took the time to read everyone’s question and answer them. Here is a selection of questions,

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Nuxeo Platform 6.0 – it’s Great for Developers!

Thu 20 November 2014 by Alain Escaffre

The Nuxeo Platform 6.0 was released last week and we are proud to say that this LTS version has a lot of new and interesting features for developers! TechCrunch recently published an article about “The Rise And Fall Of The Full Stack Developer”. The article explains the vast amount of technologies that are used to implement a scalable

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Nuxeo Platform 6.0 – It’s Great for Users!

Wed 19 November 2014 by Alain Escaffre

Nuxeo Platform 6.0 is out! This latest version brings improvements in the look and feel, search, and in the authoring, loading and management of content for the Nuxeo Platform Users. Over the last few releases of the Nuxeo Platform, we saw an increasing number of customer and platform users create projects and build applications in

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Announcing the Nuxeo Platform 6.0

Wed 12 November 2014 by Bob Canaway

Over the past year, Nuxeo released 5 FT (Fast Track) versions of the Nuxeo Platform. Our early adopter community has benefited from many new and innovative features introduced in these FT releases as we made the journey from Nuxeo Platform 5.8 to 6.0. Amidst the ongoing innovation and excitement at Nuxeo, I am pleased to

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One Billion Documents, Testing the Limits of Nuxeo

Fri 31 October 2014 by Thierry Delprat

The amount of information and content that needs to be managed continues to increase at a tremendous rate. This has brought scalability and performance to the forefront of many recent customer conversations. To help our customers succeed, we put in considerable effort to ensure that the Nuxeo Platform performs and scales. Which also makes us

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Meet the Team: Maxime Hilaire, Nuxeo’s Software Engineer

Fri 10 October 2014 by Prateeksha Barman
Maxime Hilaire

This week, we are meeting Maxime Hilaire, Nuxeo’s Software Engineer. He is currently working from the Paris office, but will join us in New York very soon. As a new member of the Development Team, he is tasked with using his skills and expertise to make the Nuxeo platform better than it already is! Here’s

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Rapidly Build Form-Centric Applications with Nuxeo

Wed 8 October 2014 by Mike Obrebski

Sometimes data gathering applications are best designed with a wizard-type screen flow. This usually makes the User Interface simpler while still gathering data. Complex form-centric applications involving complex rules, can benefit if they are made workflow-driven. In this model, the user is presented with a set of question screens which appear conditionally, based on the data filled in

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