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See whats cooking – Panorama Viewer, Screenshots, Caching and Real Time Polling

See what´s cooking is a blog section where we give insights on various topics that we are working on. This article is about 2 new extensions (Panorama Viewer & Screenshots) and several Wisej core improvements for increased speed and safety.
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TourPanel – Take your users on a tour

With our TourPanel extension you can easily add interactive introductions or step by step guides to your Wisej applications.
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See what´s cooking – Ribbon Bar, FilterPanels, Testing with Selenium, TourPanel

See what´s cooking is a blog section where we give insights on various topics that we are working on. This article is about Ribbon Bars, Filter Panels, Testing with Selenium, some internal changes and the TourPanel.
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Time for a cool Smoothie ?

Use one of our cool extensions to add a SmoothieChart javascript widget to your application and feed it with data coming from the server.
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See what´s cooking – Adding Panels (and much more) to ListViews

See what´s cooking is a blog section where we give insights on various topics that we are working on. This article is about adding Panels (or virtually any controls) to ListViews offering many more options.
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All about integration – Part 4

How to easily integrate popular JavaScript widgets and controls into Wisej and provide them with data from server side code. The fourth part of the Integration series shows how to use four jqWidgets controls in Wisej.
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See what´s cooking – Brotli

See what´s cooking is a new blog section where we give insights on various topics that we are working on. This article is about Brotli and its possible use in Wisej.
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All about integration – Part 3

How to easily integrate popular JavaScript widgets and controls into Wisej and provide them with data from server side code. The third part of the Integration series shows how to use Telerik Kendo UI controls in Wisej.
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Shadow on the Panel

Shadow on the Panel. Several easy ways to apply CSS styles to Wisej elements.
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Wisej at Developer Week 2017

We are happy to announce that Wisej is being presented in the session "For the web with Wisej" held by Dr. Krypczyk of LARInet (larinet.com). The session takes place on June 26th, 10:30h in Nuremberg, Germany.
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