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Nov 29, 2013

HideElements Macro
With the HideElements macro you can customise every Confluence page and every blog post, by hiding all the standard elements. From title to buttons to comments, it’s just one click. The HideElements macro gets included very easy into your page, either by the macro editor or the {}-syntax. To prevent...
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Oct 30, 2013

PocketQuery - New Version of the Usable SQL Plugin
We at Scandio are proud to announce our new release 1.10 of our PocketQuery plugin. If there are still people out there in the Confluence world who have never heard of PocketQuery (I know, there are none - right?), let me introduce this plugin once more… What’s PocketQuery? PocketQuery is...
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Oct 17, 2013 | Christian Koch

Enhancements for Scandio's Open Source projects in cooperation with the Chalmers University
A study group will take up the task to improve our Open Source projects within their “Software Evolution” course part of their Master’s program in “Software Engineering” at Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden. Their work will affect scandio/lmvc, scandio/lmvc-modules, scandio/lmvc-patat und scandio/troba but will mostly bring impact and improve scandio/lmvc-patat und scandio/lmvc-modules’ features and documentation. The students’...

May 22, 2013 | Felix Grund

Confluence Attachment Migration - The Safe Way
There are two possibilities in Confluence when it comes to the question where to store attachments: database and_ file system_. There are situations when this option must be changed after the system operated for a long time, possibliy having stored large amounts of attachments. This task is called attachment migration _and is especially important on...

Mar 12, 2013 | Christian Koch

Confluence SQL-Plugin PocketQuery
Using Confluence in your daily business emerges the essential need to connect wiki pages with well structured data from different sources. Regarding this requirement from the administration side of a confluence instance the maintenance should be kept clean. That’s why we’ve invented PocketQuery. PocketQuery authorizes Administrators to connect any database...

Dec 13, 2012 | Felix Grund

Java ICalendar (.ics) Attachments / Confluence Email Attachments
Recently I implemented a Confluence plugin for all kinds of events with all the common data you’d expect an event to have (title, description, start date, end date, location etc.). Event participants (i.e. Confluence users) would be able to register/unregister for and from events and event administrators could add/remove participants...

Sep 26, 2012 | Felix Grund

JavaScript Jam #3: Asynchronous! What's asynchronous?
Recently I had some neat discussions at work about synchronous and asynchronous behaviours in JavaScript, so I decided to write down a few lines summarizing how these buzzwords are connected to the characteristics of the language. Note: I love playing the JavaScript game, but I’m certainly not the JS God Almighty....

Aug 09, 2012 | Felix Grund

JavaScript Jam #2: Hooking onto pre-existing functions
Programming JavaScript, I repeatedly faced the Problem of an existing function (i.e. exposed by a library) solving my issue very closely, but not entirely. Therefore I searched for a solution to execute some statements each time before or after the execution of the existing function. Scratching your head? Here’s an...

Apr 20, 2012 | Felix Grund

Confluence and REST
Introduction This tutorial aims at integrating REST functionality into a Confluence plugin. Its purpose is to provide a straightforward step-by-step documentation that is suited even for users who are just making their first experiences with the Confluence framework. Since the tutorial got quite comprehensive and contains many Confluence procedures of...

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