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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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User Interface / Multilingual / Customize Translations UI

Customize Translations UI Cloud CMS allows you to customize UI simply with configurations in your module. Here we will use the following example to demonstrate this feature. For multilingual documents with translations, if you go to the multilingual document's Edit Properties page, the default UI looks like this: In the above screenshot, the Edit Translations button allows you to select a translation of the multilingual document from the dropdown. It's a way to quickly edit the translated docume

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User Interface

User Interface Cloud CMS provides a full user interface that your editorial team and managers use to create, manage and deliver content to the business, mobile applications and web sites. The user interface is secure, role-based and customizable, allowing your development team to cater the editorial experience to the exact needs of end users. Add-ons Awareness Dashboard Create/Edit Content Embed Media In CKEditor Favorites Multilingual Image Editor Locking Menu Projects Releases Search Security

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UI Developers Guide / UI Views

UI Views Customized changes to the user interface configuration can be introduced through the use of UI View configuration documents. UI Views are JSON documents that contain one or more configuration blocks. The UI View configuration blocks are loaded after the standard configuration document and therefore have the opportunity to either extend or override the base configuration. UI View are scoped either to the platform or to the project. As such, you can use UI Config objects to customize the

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Docker / UI Extensions

UI Extensions The Docker-based Cloud CMS UI provides additional extension patterns beyond the AMD-driven mechanism for user interface components and screens. Since Docker allows you to run on-premise, you can use these extension patterns to influence more foundational changes to the way the application works. Environment Variables When the Cloud CMS user interface starts up, it looks to environment variables to tell it whether there are any extensions available to be loaded. Extensions are store

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Getting Started / Role-Based Editorial UI

Role-Based Editorial UI The Cloud CMS Editorial application is a responsive web site that runs on web browsers, iPad, iPhone and a myriad of other devices and form factors. It provides a place where users can work together and collaborate in meaningful ways based on the roles they have been given. As an example, when a Manager signs on to the Editorial environment, he or she will have access to many managerial functions, such as the ability to add or remove team members. Those options will appea

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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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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / platform-mypreferences-context

platform-mypreferences-context [ { "evaluator": "context-platform", "config": { "platform-mypreferences-context": { "items": [ { "key": "platform/mypreferences", "title": "My Preferences", "order": 10000, "header": true, "items": [ { "key": "platform/mypreferences/properties", "title": "Properties", "uri": "#/mypreferences", "

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / project-mypreferences-context

project-mypreferences-context [ { "evaluator": "context-project", "config": { "project-mypreferences-context": { "items": [ { "key": "project/mypreferences", "title": "My Preferences", "order": 10000, "header": true, "items": [ { "key": "project/mypreferences/properties", "title": "Properties", "uri": "#/projects/{projectId}/mypreferences",

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Docker / Kits / OEM

OEM The OEM kit provides a way for developers, integrators, partners and those who are embedded Cloud CMS in custom solutions to build and test extensions. These extensions include UI extensions as well as API extensions in the form of Java / Spring beans. The kit consists of the following services: ui api mongodb elasticsearch These are connected like this: Running Use the following commands: docker-compose build --force-rm docker-compose up And then open a browser to: http://localhost To acc

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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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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / project-manage-context

project-manage-context [ { "evaluator": "context-project", "config": { "project-manage-context": { "items": [ { "key": "project/manage/settings", "title": "Project Settings", "uri": "#/projects/{projectId}/settings", "cssClass": "dashboard-link", "order": 10000, "dashboardHeader": true, "iconClass": "fa fa-sliders", "allowAuthority": [ "admin",

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UI Developers Guide / Samples

Samples In this section, we've collected sample configurations that customers and our support team refer to frequently when guiding developers down the path of building out UI extensions. To understand what is provided here, we recommend first reading up on the following: Configuration Service UI Views UI Modules The samples provided here can be included in custom modules and can also be plugged into UI Views. The following samples are provided: Releases Menu Item

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Docker / Kits / Quickstart

Quickstart The Quickstart kit defines the following services: ui api mongodb elasticsearch These are connected like this: Running Use the following commands: docker-compose build --force-rm docker-compose up And then open a browser to: http://localhost To access the API directly: https://localhost:8080 docker-compose.yml version: "2" services: ui: build: ./ui networks: - cloudcms depends_on: - api env_file: - ./ui/ui.env ports: - "80:80" api:

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UI Developers Guide / Contexts / platform-manage-context

platform-manage-context [ { "evaluator": "context-platform", "config": { "platform-manage-context": { "items": [ { "key": "platform/manage/settings", "title": "Platform Settings", "uri": "#/settings", "cssClass": "dashboard-link", "order": 1000, "dashboardHeader": true, "iconClass": "fa fa-sliders", "allowAuthority": [ "owner", "manager",

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Content Modeling / Content Model Builder / Create A New Content Type

Create A New Content Type Once you have Content Model Builder enabled, you can create a new content type from there. Click button "Create Definition" near the top left: Then give your content type a name in the pop up modal: Hit "Create" and you can find the new content model in the list. Click into it to make it more interesting with the Content Model Builder: As you can see in the above image, there are two tabs -- "UI" and "JSON". CloudCMS provides you with two ways to build a content type bu

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Customizing the Cloud CMS User Interface

Cloud CMS is incredibly powerful and feature rich. This is great except that in exposing all the powerful features the UI can easily appear cluttered and difficult to use. We recently added the ability to customize the UI to declutter, simplify, and make more familiar. Navigation The UI has been simplified to make navigation easier. The number of left-hand menu options has decreased because of the new “Manage Platform” and “Manage Project” sections. These two new sections have moved all of the a

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UI Developers Guide / Actions / change-password

change-password ID: change-password This action brings up a modal that provides a logged in user with a means to change their own password. Sample Code var UI = require("ui"); var actionContext = {}; actionContext.user = observableHolder.observable("user").get(); UI.startAction(observableHolder, "change-password", actionContext, function(err) { // all done });

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UI Developers Guide / Actions / delete_access_policies

delete_access_policies ID: delete_access_policies This pops up a modal to ask the user if they'd like to delete the specified Access Policies. Upon confirmation, the Access Policies are deleted. Sample Code var UI = require("ui"); var actionContext = {}; actionContext.data = [policyId1, policyId2]; UI.startAction(observableHolder, "delete_access_policies", actionContext, function(err) { // if something went wrong, err will contain the error // otherwise, success });

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UI Developers Guide / Actions / create_access_policy

create_access_policy ID: create_access_policy Brings up a multi-step wizard that guides a user through the process of creating an Access Policy. The resulting access policy is handed back in the callback. Sample Code var UI = require("ui"); var actionContext = {}; UI.startAction(observableHolder, "create_access_policy", actionContext, function(err, accessPolicyId) { // if something went wrong, err will contain the error // otherwise, success // the created access policy ID is hand

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UI Developers Guide / Actions / assign_access_policy

assign_access_policy ID: assign_access_policy Brings up a popup modal that lets the user select an access policy using an Access Policy Picker. The selected access policy is handed back on the callback. Sample Code var UI = require("ui"); var actionContext = {}; actionContext.ref = node.ref(); // "node://platformId/repositoryId/branchId/nodeId"; UI.startAction(observableHolder, "assign_access_policy", actionContext, function(err) { // if something went wrong, err will contain the error

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UI Developers Guide / Actions / unassign_access_policy

unassign_access_policy ID: unassign_access_policy This pops up a modal to ask the user if they'd like to unassign the specified Access Policies. Upon confirmation, the Access Policies are unassigned from the target (specified by ref). Sample Code var UI = require("ui"); var actionContext = {}; actionContext.data = [policyId1]; actionContext.ref = node.ref(); // "node://platformId/repositoryId/branchId/nodeId"; UI.startAction(observableHolder, "unassign_access_policy", actionContext, function(er

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API Max Heap recommendation

What is the recommended Xmx value for running the API service? The 2GB setting on the On-Premise "quickstart" distribution is a default for development usage. In production, we recommend putting as much memory as you can. Essentially, the API should use as much memory as is allocated to the API docker container. We usually ask customers to consider an M class large instance type (something on the order of 7.5GB of RAM per API). The UI can use considerably less. For the UI, a 2GB allocation is fi

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UI Developers Guide / Templates

Templates On pages like "Content Types" and "Search", each list item has some detailed information displayed. You can customize the information you hope to appear via Templates. Create a UI Template Create a template by navigating to Manage Project -> UI Templates and clicking "Create UI Template". Fill in the title and a unique key to create a new UI template. You can also write down some description for the template. Nodes with qname n:ui_template have two properties: key, which is a unique id

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Docker / Maintenance / Health Check / Load Balancers

Health Check / Load Balancers In a production configuration of Cloud CMS, you will want to have a load balancer (LB) in front of both your API and UI clusters. You should have one load balancer for the API cluster and one load balancer for the UI cluster. Each load balancer is responsible for receiving requests from the outside world and efficiently distributing those requests to the N servers that make up each cluster. Load balancers use a number of strategies to try to determine which servers

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