We're updating our API to provide new object summary api endpoints that will allow you to retrieve content programmatically without impacting view analytics.
Currently, the API v1 endpoints that retrieve object contents for a Forum Topic article, Wiki Article or Document increment the view count. While this makes sense if you're building an integration that consumes content, it also causes problems if you're building an integration that is meant to drive users to that content.
We're excited to announce new Object Summary API endpoints that will be available in the next release (currently targetted for July 10) that will allow your integration to…
Welcome to the new Igloo Developer Center!
Today, as part of our Customer Care evolution, we’re pleased to present the new Igloo Developer Center. Our biggest update ever!
We’ve worked hard to make it easier to find information and deliver new content - along with a better user experience.
A few highlights include:
- A complete revamp of our API documentation. We’ve standardized on Swagger / OpenAPI – and these documents are generated and updated directly from our codebase – so they’re always up to date.
- New content in the “get…
How can we build a widget that ingests or displays content from our digital workplace? We can do this quite easily with ‘axios’,which we’ve built into the platform.
Axios is a powerful promise based HTTP client available for your browser and node.js. It allows you to easily make API calls to content or data endpoints in your digital workplace without having to worry about re-authenticating. Every Igloo digital workplace has Axios available to widgets it out-of-the box.
How can I use it?
In our example, we’ll build a widget that displays the 10 most recent blog posts in a channel.
Let’s dive into some simple code:
We’ll focus on lines…
You may have heard that Igloo offers a Marketplace for widgets and other integrations. The Marketplace is where to find prebuilt modules, solutions, services and integration widgets. We’re often asked how integration widgets end up in the marketplace, and where they come from.
What are integration widgets?
Integration widgets are custom built elements that help you empower your users by bringing additional functionality to your digital workplace. They’re a great way to surface functionality that would otherwise require users to navigate to locations outside of a digital workplace. Integration widgets from the Marketplace are often built by third parties, partners and sometimes even customers.
Where do they come from?
It starts with our Product team
In many cases,…
Let's talk about what makes a great widget, and why widgets are great!
What is the Integration Widget?
If you’re anything like we are, then your organization uses a lot of tools. Some of them are commercial, and some are custom built. Isn’t it frustrating to have to go http://here.com for one thing and http://there.com for another?
Wouldn’t it be great if you could surface the functionality of various services in one place?
The Integration Widget might be your ticket to digital nirvana. It’s an easy way to integrate your digital services, used every day in your…
2018 Was an exciting year for us here at Igloo. (My personal highlight was joining the team 😀 in September). What’s in store for 2019?
We’re pretty lucky here at Igloo, we not only have a team of incredible engineers building our product, but we also have amazing development partners and customers building with us – often thinking outside of the box to solve real world challenges.
In the coming year, we look forward to working with you as we grow and improve. We’re going to be taking a hard look at our documentation and code examples to see where we can improve, and we would LOVE your feedback. If you have any…
Detecting the site language for your widget. We'll take a quick look at how to build your widget with international language support.
Γειά σου Κόσμε
So you’ve built a cool widget for everyone to use, but will everyone understand what it displays? What language to display could be detected from the browser’s current language, or maybe by inferring language from geo-location. However, wouldn’t it be great if you already had this information right in your widget?
Let’s write some code:
Building something useful using an Integration Widget. Dive into Igloo Widget Development by building something useful.
Hello Again, World
We, as developers, likely all started with a “Hello World” app way back when we were young and hungry for code. If you haven’t already checked out the developer portal on the customer care site, please do so. This widget builds upon the lessons learned in the “Hello World” example.
Ready? Great. Let’s take a deeper dive into building a functional integration.
Surprise. It snowed here in Canada
Winter came a bit early here last week- and as the day was winding down I…
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