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    Jun

    Jun 02, 2017

    Our add-on Lively Blogs gets new features
    (Note: This is a news article regarding our newest add-on Lively Blogs for Confluence. If you’re looking for the documentation, you can find it here). You want to make the most out of your Confluence blog posts by adding teaser images, using prioritization and display them on a stunning overview...
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    May

    May 29, 2017

    Scandio is JFrog Partner
    We are gladly announcing our new partnership with JFrog, a world-leading provider of universal software management and distribution solutions for DevOps Engineering. About JFrog More than 3,000 paying customers, 60,000 installations and millions of developers globally rely on JFrog’s world-class infrastructure for software management and distribution. Customers include some of...
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    May

    May 23, 2017 | Max Kleucker

    Using Docker as a Development tool
    If you’re somewhat into technology chances are that you already heard about Docker. It is a platform which enables you to create universal containers that can be used independently of the underlying infrastructure. For example as a tool for local development, or in test environments, or also to serve your...
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    Mar

    Mar 07, 2017

    Say hello to Lively Theme for Confluence!
    (Note: This is a news article regarding our newest add-on Lively Theme for Confluence. If you’re looking for the documentation, you can find it here). You love using Confluence? With our newest add-on Lively Theme you can continue using Confluence with its existing functionality and high quality standard - but...
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    Feb

    Feb 22, 2017

    What's new with HideElements for Confluence?
    (Note: This is a news article regarding the features of HideElements for Confluence. If you’re looking for the documentation, you can find it here). Pages and blog posts in Confluence often seem to have an excessive amount of buttons, meta-information, and comments. At some point you might desire a cleaner...
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    Jan

    Jan 12, 2017 | Carla Harth

    Please welcome PocketQuery for Confluence 3
    (Note: This is a news article about the new PocketQuery version for Confluence 3. If you’re searching for the documentation, you can find it here). Version 3 of PocketQuery for Confluence will soon be ready to go! With its release on January 31st we would like to introduce a feature...
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    May

    May 30, 2016

    JIRA Control — a pressure sensitive JIRA Client
    For my bachelor thesis here at Scandio   entitled “Exploring pressure sensitive touch gestures and their impact in project management apps“ I developed  JIRA Control , a prototypic JIRA Client using pressure sensitive touch input such as Apple’s 3D Touch. Pressure sensitive input has been researched for a long time and finally found its...
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    May

    May 25, 2016 | Felix Grund

    PocketQuery 2.1 says hello!
    ( Note: this is a news article about the new PocketQuery version 2.1. If you’re searching for the documentation, find it here). PocketQuery 2.1 says hello to the world! In this release, we focused primarily on one desire we’ve heard from many PocketQuery users: decouple the PocketQuery Administration from the...
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    Mar

    Mar 23, 2016

    Relaunch of the portal for Bavarian foreign trade
    In mid-February, the redesigned website of the portal for the Bavarian foreign trade went online. Scandio GmbH conducted the entire relaunch of the portal, without any change of the technological basis of the IHK Open Source CMS. The core objective of the relaunch was a simplification of the portal regarding page types and different structures on...
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    Feb

    Feb 25, 2016 | Alina Nachtmann

    As a woman @ Scandio: Alina, tell us a bit about your experience!
    Many people wonder what it is like to work in the IT business as a woman. Based on this question we lately interviewed our workmate Alina about her point of view. At Scandio she is in charge of everything regarding graphics, web design and front-end development. The outcome of our interview? Read...

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