Dan’s Dev Corner – September 2017

What is an Echo Ruleset? When we were designing Echo, one of the primary goals was to build a single product that would handle a wide variety of synchronization algorithms.  Both from our own experience and talking to numerous customers, it was clear that use cases were pretty different even though they all involved moving … Continued

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Dan’s Dev Corner – July 2017

Content Web Services and Options We’ve developed a new Web Services component to support our multi-server and remote application deployments.  We’re calling it “Content Web Services” and the download can be found on the partner portal shortly.  This will eventually replace the “Web Services” component that’s been in use for several years.  We will continue … Continued

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Dan’s Dev Corner – May 2017

May 26, 2017 New Velocity+ Script Editor We’ve recently finished up the development of Velocity+, the successor to our original migration product.  Velocity+ includes numerous new features including a new high-performance processing engine and a complete user interface redesign.  One of the more impressive new features is the built-in script editor. While we’d like to … Continued

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Dan’s Dev Corner March 2017

This month we were pleased to announce that we have added another connector to our robust collection – Microsoft OneDrive.  Included in this release of the connector there is full support for both reading and writing files and folders.  In addition to the connector itself, we enabled it within Echo to do all types of … Continued

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Dan’s Dev Corner – January ’17

Recently, I wrote about the concept of a Windows hybrid app as it was applied to an iManage Desksite/FileSite extension.  It allowed iManage users to initiate and monitor synchronized documents from their familiar document management desktop application. To recap, the fundamental idea of a hybrid app is to hook into the native Windows environment and … Continued

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Dan’s Dev Corner September 2016

The Hybrid Windows App This month, instead of a blog purely about our development updates, we thought it would be interesting to hear some of Dan’s thoughts about interesting new technologies. Everybody is familiar with both Windows client applications and web applications.  Windows applications are able to access the user’s local computer to tightly integrate … Continued

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Dan’s Dev Corner August 2016

Fusion Customization The Fusion product is actually a combination of user interface widgets together on a web page, web part, iframe, etc.… by a layout. The layout determines how the widgets are initially seen and initialized, and can also be a place where custom JavaScript code can be inserted to implement a very specific set … Continued

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Dan’s Dev Corner July 2016

NetDocuments – At the end of last month we completed building our NetDocuments base solution. It officially now supports Fusion Content Integration and Search for SharePoint. If you’d like to check out our solutions on the NetDocuments marketplace click here. Improvements to SharePoint legal matter-centric use cases – In July we have been focusing on … Continued

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Dan’s Dev Corner June 2016

We’re proud of our connector framework that allows us to quickly plug in support for additional repositories and leverage our existing and field-proven solutions – Echo Synchronization, Velocity Content Migration, Fusion Content Integration, SharePoint Integration, and more. We have recently started development on two new connectors that are fitting neatly into our software. NetDocuments – We … Continued

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