I am happy to announce that today we released another iteration of our open source digital signage editor, and there are some pretty obvious changes you'll notice right off the bat. Here is what the top of the page looks like now when you are editing your Presentation:
Once you've built enough Gadgets, sooner or later you are likely to encounter the same dilemmas as I have. One such dilemma goes something like this - You want to give your content some room between the borders of the Placeholder so that it does not butt right up against the edges. So you apply a[…]
I thought I would do a Tips and Tricks post about some of the common issues that our Support team comes across in the Platform. It's always the simple things that get you, so hopefully you can think back to this post and fix them before you start pulling your hair out :)
Last week we released the first iteration of our what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG) improvement to our editor and from what I can tell from the comments you liked it!
It seems these days there are two things everyone wants to know; what’s the weather like and what’s the score? We have the weather covered, and now we can give you the score too.
Odds are, most of the Gadgets that you build for your digital signage will have settings available for the user to configure fonts and colors. It makes your Gadget more flexible and it is easy for the user to customize the look to fit better within their overall Presentation. In Part 4 of the[…]