Case insensitive deserialization  

By Stephan Wissel | 6/8/22 3:58 AM | Development - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Case insensitive deserialization - Growing up in Windows with BASIC you learn case doesn't matter, so Color is the same as COLOR or cOLOR when it comes to variable names. Same applies to @Formula or item names in Notes documents. On the other side, Linux, Java, JavaScript and JSON are very much case sensitive. This poses a challenge when deserializing (handcrafted) JSON files.

HCL Connections 7.0 is here!  

By Let's Connect user group | 12/7/20 3:06 AM | Development - Connections | Added by Matteo Bisi

Hello guys, today HCL has released the new HCL Connections 7.0 ! This release has a nice number of new features like : Huge improvements in Communities with templates, Highlights, creation wizards and more Export and print content as PDF MS Teams and SharePoint integration New MS Outlook plug-in

LetsConnect 28-29 September - Bienvenido a Madrid!  

By Let's Connect user group | 2/19/20 1:36 AM | Development - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

Connections has found a new home at HCL. Alongside the transition, the Product Management team has worked hard to release a new version of Connections (Connections 6.5) with new features and has announced a bigger release, version 7. Digital Experience has followed the same pattern with the 9.5 release in 2019 and a big new release in 2020 with version 10.

The SUTOL Conference 2019 is over. Yes, it makes sense  

By Ales Lichtenberg | 11/22/19 4:51 PM | Development - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

Every autumn we organize a technical conference with the Czech user group SUTOL. The same was true this year, when we met at a traditional place in Prague. We have carefully selected topics so that both administrators and developers will find their way. And I think the program was successful because 124 participants were registered and it really arrived.

Pastures New, New Challenges  

By Paul Withers | 10/29/19 2:22 PM | Development - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

After 14 and a half years at Intec, I’m moving on to pastures new. I’ve learned a lot and developed in ways that were never envisaged by anyone when I started at Intec. I’m very fortunate to have had a company that backed me, and I think we’ve both benefited greatly. But I’ve always sought to embrace opportunities and accept responsibilities throughout my career. And now is no different.