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Exosite updated Portals a couple weeks ago and we forgot to announce it! The release had at least one change that we hope all of our users noticed; a small welcome message in the upper-right of the page. This was … Continue reading
CES 2013 was held last month, and a recurring theme was “connectivity” (aka Smart Home, Smart Grid, HomeConnect, etc…) – spanning connected product categories such as ultra-high definition TVs, hot new smart phones, sleek appliances and other retakes on everyday … Continue reading
Last Wednesday we released the first Portals update of the year. We find it fitting that the last digits of the version number (13) just happened to represent the new year quite well! This Portals release brought mostly some bug … Continue reading
Portals 0.7.8 has been released, and has a few features which allow domain admins to have a lot more control of the look and feel for their domains than ever before. Now, every CSS controllable part of the site can … Continue reading
Portals is being updated every 2 weeks, even though our blog postings about it are not! Our last release saw some improvements both big and small. We followed up our initial release with 2 smaller release/hotfixes in order to roll … Continue reading
There have been some exciting features in the past two Portals releases with the introduction of the Custom Widget in 0.6.20, and Domain Widgets in 0.6.21. The Custom Widget allows users to create their own data-driven widgets that run inside … Continue reading
New Years resolutions are some times hard to keep! We’ve released Portals 0.6.19 and wanted to share the news. Read more about what changes we made here.
Exosite’s XMPP chat interface is incredibly easy to work with. In fact, if you know how to chat with someone using an instant messenger app, then you can start chatting with your real time data! We have an XMPP bot … Continue reading
Part of the Exosite team attended CloudCamp Twin Cities last week. For those not familiar with CloudCamp, it is “an unconference where early adopters of Cloud Computing technologies exchange ideas.” During an unconference, all the panels and breakout sessions are … Continue reading