Most of us are familiar with the robustness of IBM WCM’s Authoring UI when it comes to search capabilities, and chasing down content items that contain keywords or phrases. While useful, WCM’s search is limited in its application. This blog post will explore how WebRadar aims to provide users with rich flexibility and in-depth insight where text occurs across your WCM instance, and how it can easily be updated.
Full text search and text replace are killer new features of WebRadar 5. In previous posts, we’ve discussed what these features are and what they can do to solve everyday problems. I thought we might take a dive under the hood to see what makes this functionality tick. I’ll discuss the “search” and “replace” features separately, as they present separate technical challenges.
Ephox is best known for our industry leading rich-text editor solutions EditLive!, TinyMCE, and Textbox.io. IBM Web Content Manager get extra love and attention from Ephox with a new release our advanced reporting solution. Introducing WebRadar 5.
Okay, you read how the new WebRadar 5 Preview delivered [IBM Web Content Manager’s missing feature](link). You’re impressed, we get it. But you’re thinking, “come on, show us some real-world examples of this in use.” So let’s get started with common use cases for content creators, managers, and developers/engineers.
The IBM Connections Mobile team released an impressive update to the iOS app this week. This bumps the latest version 5.7.0, adds Textbox.io 2.0, and brings highlights worth looking at. Here’s the low-down.
Ephox editors are included in IBM Connections 5.5 entitlements and in my opinion have great features that make installing Textbox.io and EditLive! an easy decision. IBM recently released a new build (126.96.36.199) via IBM Fixcentral that includes new features, like Microsoft Edge support, along with bug fixes. This is a summary of the update highlights.
Do you ever spend time thinking about how you create content? No? That’s okay; we spend a lot of time doing it for you. We recently challenged ourselves to integrate IBM Watson’s semantic and tone analysis into the version of our rich-text editor Textbox.io we deploy into several IBM solutions. An interesting task with even more interesting outcomes.
Textbox.io took content creation to another level when it was introduced in IBM Connections 5.5. Although updating the default editor to Textbox.io is a reasonably simple task, having a plan for how you approach maintenance of your 5.5 installation/s is critically important. Fortunately IBM has done the hard work for you in their official update strategy…
Ever since IBM Connections launched, the innovative enterprise-grade social platform has been praised for its ease of use, amazing apps, and vast user base. Version 5.5, which made its debut at the end of last year, brings a host of exciting new upgrades for communities.
After a few weeks on the road attending IBM user group conferences and connecting with our customers in Europe, I’m back in sunny Palo Alto, California thinking about the fantastic time I had at the Social Connections conference in Toronto, Canada. Ephox was a silver sponsor of the event, which saw IBM Champions, customers and…
Shout out to one of our fave IBM Champions, Matteo Bisi at Factor-y S.r.l., who spotted the latest release of the IBM Connections Tuning Guide. This one is for the systems engineers, and according to Matteo: This white paper provides recommendations for performance tuning of IBM® Connections 5.5 based on the experience of the IBM® Collaboration Solutions…