This fall release of 2014 focused on redesigning almost completely the Personal Books. We make it more versatile while preserving the ease of use.
- Users can now save multiple topics at a time in their personal books, preserving their hierarchy.
- Users can create their own topics (User Generated Content) and mix them within their existing personal books.
- Users have full liberty to reorganize their personal book table of contents: changing hierarchy or reordering topics, whether official or user generated.
Personal Books are now read with the same slick Fluid Topics embedded reader interface.
Custom views (aka Scopes) – Users can save sets of filters, called custom views, to create a search profile and quickly filter content based on specific contexts, thereby improving the search experience and making it more efficient for returning users.
We also spend a lot of energy on the platform:
- To support the revamped PBK, the underlying storage has been re-engineered to run on the MongoDB NoSQL storage engine.
- New way to log and store all events – Agent log capture and storage capability was strengthened to support advanced analytics and dashboard functions in upcoming versions.
- Upgraded FT app server to Java 8 – The application server that integrates the business logic now runs on Java 8 to benefit from its latest improvements in stability and performance.
- Upgraded to Antidot v7.7 platform – Fluid Topics now runs on version 7.7 of the faster, richer Antidot technology platform.
Please give this new version a spin
and let us know what you think.
If you want to know the roadmap and participate to the choices of the next features, feel free to contact us.
We develop Fluid Topics for you.