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  • wurfgang
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    Update about this?

  • Wayne Luke
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    I have raw documentation and it is almost formatted so that it can be posted and still be readable. Some things still need to be translated from Developer into English though. More pressing work has intervened though and prevented me from finishing this. Hopefully it will be in the online manual soon though.

  • Maik Storck
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    Any news about a json documentation?

  • Yves Rigaud
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    Originally posted by mathias View Post
    what does JSON stand for?
    JavaScript Object Notation

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  • mathias
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    what does JSON stand for?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    I am working to get some updated documentation from the developers. What is available currently is out of date and not 100% valid. As soon as I have something, I'll post it.

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  • alfanexus
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    Search module with JSON

    I have been looking into the posibilities with the search module and JSON, and from what I was able to find out, this looks to be a very powerfull feature.

    But it would be really great if someone could provide a few examples to demonstrate the power and use of the JSON integration. Mabye someone could write a article on this at sometime

    I would for example really like to know how to create a search that displays ALL content from the user that is curently logged in, how would that JSON string look like? And how to limit the text preview from the post?
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