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UI Developers Guide

UI Developers Guide The Cloud CMS user interface is an HTML / JavaScript application that comes pre-configured with a base application that is feature-complete and out-of-the-box. It includes a ready-to-run content management and collaboration tool set for managing documents, web sites, mobile content and more. It also makes some default assumptions about page layout, placement of buttons, availability of functionality and role-based provisioning that may or may not match your desired editorial

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Modules

Modules All you need to build your own add-on modules is GitHub and some JavaScript / HTML skills. You can get started quickly by forking the Cloud CMS UI Sample Add-on Module repository on GitHub. This sample add-on works with the data set provided by the Sample Project (which is included with every free trial). Fork the Sample Module on GitHub Register your Module Note: To register your module, you must have Manager rights to your tenant. If you do not have Manager rights, you will either need

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UI Developers Guide / Modules

Modules Common files that each module should have: module.json (where you give the module a name) install.js uninstall.js As soon as you have these files, the rest is up to you depending on what you would like to customize in the module. Take a look at some sample modules in our SDK Custom Modules One of the features that make CloudCMS super configurable is the ability to implement custom modules. Within a custom module, you can define new UI elements that your editorial team can use in their da

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Actions

Actions Cloud CMS provides an Action framework that lets you kick off Actions that perform content operations on your behalf. Actions are units of work that are typically fired off as a result of an event handler or listener. For example, you might register an Action that triggers when a piece of content is updated or when a workflow task transitions. The Action might do something like Send an Email or Fire off a Web Hook. The Cloud CMS Action framework aspires to provide complete units of work

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Rules

Rules Content Rules provide a way for you to wire in business logic behind the content graph. Once they're set up, rules run automatically as content is created, updated and deleted within your branch. Rules are content nodes with a JSON payload the describes the Conditions and Actions to be triggered. As with all behaviors, Rule nodes must implement the f:behavior feature. They must be bound to a node upon which to act (either a definition node or a content instance) using a a:has_behavior asso

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / actions

actions [ { "config": { "actions": { "create-content": { "title": "Create a New Content Instance" } } } } ]

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Branches / Actions

Actions You can optionally configure Actions that execute when a release goes live. Some actions support variables. The following variables are always available: release - a JSON object of the release along with all metadata about the release releaseId - the ID of the release object branchId - the ID of the release branch snapshot - the ID of the snapshot that was generated after merge The following Actions are supported: Send Email Fire Web Hook For each action, you need to provide a configurat

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UI Developers Guide / Actions

Actions Cloud CMS provides a large number of actions that can be bound to links sections within configuration blocks. This allows you to customize dropdowns, button toolbars and action links at various places within the user interface. It also provides a way for you to override action implementation classes for your own users. assign_access_policy change-password create_access_policy delete_access_policies unassign_access_policy

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Releases / Actions

Actions You can optionally configure Actions that execute when a release goes live. Some actions support variables. The following variables are always available: release - a JSON object of the release along with all metadata about the release releaseId - the ID of the release object branchId - the ID of the release branch snapshot - the ID of the snapshot that was generated after merge The following Actions are supported: Send Email Fire Web Hook For each action, you need to provide a configurat

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / document-actions

document-actions [ { "evaluator": "and", "condition": [ { "evaluator": "not", "condition": { "evaluator": "document-has-feature", "condition": "f:multilingual" } }, { "evaluator": "not", "condition": { "evaluator": "document-has-feature", "condition": "f:translation" } }, { "evaluator": "document-has-feature", "condition": "f:locale" } ], "

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / documents-list-item-actions

documents-list-item-actions [ { "evaluator": "document-is-favorite", "config": { "documents-list-item-actions": [ { "key": "favorite", "iconClass": "fa fa-star", "action": "remove-from-favorites", "order": 9000 } ] } }, { "config": { "documents-list-item-actions": [ { "key": "view-overview", "link": "/#/projects/{{project._doc}}/documents/{{document._doc}}/overview",

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / branches-list-item-actions

branches-list-item-actions [ { "config": { "branches-list-item-actions": [ { "key": "switch-to-branch", "action": "switch-to-branch", "iconClass": "fa fa-exchange" } ] } } ]

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / documents-list-selected-actions

documents-list-selected-actions [ { "config": { "documents-list-selected-actions": [ { "action": "deploy-nodes", "allowAuthority": [ "manager" ] } ] } }, { "evaluator": "document-is-folder", "condition": true, "config": { "documents-list-selected-actions": [ { "action": "delete_documents", "allowPermission": [ "delete" ] }, {

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / content-instances-list-selected-actions

content-instances-list-selected-actions [ { "config": { "content-instances-list-selected-actions": [ { "action": "deploy-nodes", "allowAuthority": [ "manager" ], "order": 10000 } ] } }, { "config": { "content-instances-list-selected-actions": [ { "action": "delete-content", "order": 100, "_allowPermission": [ "delete" ] },

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / content-instances-list-item-actions

content-instances-list-item-actions [ { "evaluator": "document-is-folder", "condition": true, "config": { "content-instances-list-item-actions": [ { "key": "folder", "iconClass": "fa fa-folder-open-o", "link": "/#/projects/{{project._doc}}/documents/{{document._doc}}/browse" } ] } }, { "config": { "content-instances-list-item-actions": [ { "key": "view-overview", "link": "/#/proj

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / project-search-list-selected-actions

project-search-list-selected-actions [ { "config": { "project-search-list-selected-actions": [ { "action": "deploy-nodes", "allowAuthority": [ "manager" ], "order": 10000 } ] } }, { "config": { "project-search-list-selected-actions": [ { "action": "delete_documents", "order": 5, "allowPermission": [ "delete" ] }, {

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / document-translations-list-item-actions

document-translations-list-item-actions [ { "config": { "document-translations-list-item-actions": [ { "key": "edit-translation", "action": "edit-translation", "iconClass": "fa fa-pencil-square-o" }, { "key": "delete-translation", "action": "delete-translations", "iconClass": "fa fa-trash-o" } ] } } ]

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / content-model-associations-list-item-actions

content-model-associations-list-item-actions [ { "config": { "content-model-associations-list-item-actions": [ { "key": "view-overview", "link": "/#/projects/{{project._doc}}/model/associations/{{_qname}}", "iconClass": "fa fa-info-circle" }, { "key": "view-json", "link": "/#/projects/{{project._doc}}/model/associations/{{_qname}}/json", "iconClass": "fa fa-code" }, { "key":

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / content-model-features-list-item-actions

content-model-features-list-item-actions [ { "config": { "content-model-features-list-item-actions": [ { "key": "view-overview", "link": "/#/projects/{{project._doc}}/model/features/{{_qname}}", "iconClass": "fa fa-info-circle" }, { "key": "view-json", "link": "/#/projects/{{project._doc}}/model/features/{{_qname}}/json", "iconClass": "fa fa-code" }, { "key": "content-instanc

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / content-model-types-list-item-actions

content-model-types-list-item-actions [ { "config": { "content-model-types-list-item-actions": [ { "key": "view-overview", "link": "/#/projects/{{project._doc}}/model/types/{{_qname}}", "iconClass": "fa fa-info-circle" }, { "key": "view-json", "link": "/#/projects/{{project._doc}}/model/types/{{_qname}}/json", "iconClass": "fa fa-code" }, { "key": "content-instances",

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User Interface / Add-ons

Add-ons Cloud CMS Add-Ons let you enhance your editorial user interface with new features and capabilities that integrate to popular third-party services like YouTube, Vimeo and Google Docs. Add-ons provision your editorial environment with things like: new form field types that integrate to third-party services new user interface pages for browsing and working with media from third-party services new actions or rules to enhance your repository's business logic new content types, associations an

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How does multi-tenancy work?

How does multi-tenancy work? ie I want to have multiple companies with sub-groups of users in each company - to follow, how would we customize the interface for each company? There are two good ways to achieve multi-tenancy with Cloud CMS. - One is to use multiple "projects" - i.e. one per customer. Each project has it's own domain of users and groups, as well as it's own content definitions, instances and ACLs. As such, you can use each project to store the content on a per-client basis. You ca

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Documentation - Getting Started - Cloud CMS

Documentation - Getting Started - Cloud CMS System Status Blog Support System Status Buy Now Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Talk to Us Try Cloud CMS Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Docs Dev Start a Free Trial Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Ask a Question Start a Free Trial Getting Started Content Modeling Role-Based Editorial UI Instant Preview Platform Multiple Projects Publishing Web Forms Workflow Workspaces Access Control

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts

Contexts Cloud CMS uses a browser-side configuration service that evaluates "blocks" of configuration rules to determine the overall runtime configuration that drives every page render. Each block contains an evaluator and a snippet of configuration. If the evaluator evaluates to true, the snippet of configuration is included. It is merged into the overall runtime set and then used to make rendering decisions. Most of the Cloud CMS components that render on the screen, such as the left-hand navi

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My UI modules aren't deploying. What should I check?

If you're running an on-premise installation of Cloud CMS and are unable to deploy UI modules via the main user interface, here are a few tips and pointers. Things to consider: 1. When you click on the "Deploy Module" option, your a URL connection is made from the UI server back to the API server. Specifically, it invokes a POST to the route: /oneteam/modules/deploy Check your API side logs or any firewalls or proxies along the way to make sure that an API server receives this call. For example,

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