@RobertT @allensmith81 We've been seeing some issues like this when we do a Community restart,. We've been trying to catch the error in the logs, but every time we turn on logging, the issue resolves itself 😐 . We've turned logging on at the config level, and we'll do another restart so that we can test/catch the issue. Long way of saying that we're working on it.
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About four years ago, Lithium launched the first iteration of its Developer Documentation Portal. It was our first step towards consolidating our Developer Documentation and improving the overall Developer experience. With that portal, we gained the ability to auto-generate some of our reference documentation directly from our code base and streamline certain publishing tasks. However, the portal lacked some important features -- most notably, searching across the entire portal.
Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of our new Khoros Developer Documentation Portal on its very own domain: developer.khoros.com .
Important! The portal is best viewed in Chrome. At this time, the login flow does not work correctly in Firefox.
We’ve migrated the Khoros Communities and Khoros Care developer content and the articles from the Developer Knowledge Base into our new portal. The Developer Knowledge Base will be around for a couple more weeks, and then we will be archiving the articles.
The Developer Discussion forum is staying right where it is today in the Khoros Community. We link to the Developer Discussion forum at the top of the new Developer Documentation Portal, so the Khoros Community is always just a click away.
Over the first few months, expect to see iterative improvements as we polish some areas and work out the kinks in others. In the meantime, we’d love to hear your feedback.
How do I get to the Portal?
Access to developer.khoros.com requires a Khoros Community account.
If you go directly to the portal, and you are not signed in to the Khoros Community, you will be directed to the Community sign-in flow.
Access the portal from developer.khoros.com
Click the Log In link at the top of the portal, and then sign through the Khoros Community with your Khoros Community username and password.
When you're finished, you're logged in to the Developer Documentation Portal.
Access the portal from the Khoros Community
You can also reach the portal from the Khoros Community navigation menu.
If you’re currently logged into the Khoros Community, you’ll the Developer Doc Portal behind the scenes. If you’re not currently logged into the Community, you’ll be directed to the Khoros Community Sign-in page.
We have set up some basic redirects from link to the old portal to the new portal. We will be continuing to work on them in the coming weeks. In some cases, we will not be able to redirect all deep links, but we will do our best.
Khoros Developer Doc Portal highlights
The new portal includes several new features:
Separate spaces for Khoros Care and Khoros Communities dev docs
Suggest Edits feature
Cleaner code examples
Global search has been one of the most requested features for our vast developer documentation library. Now, you can perform a search across the entire portal.
Pick from the suggested content.
Or, click View All to see the distribution across product lines categorized by Documentation or Reference guides.
Are we missing information that you’d like to see? Did you find an error in our guides? Click the Suggest Edits link, edit the markdown, and submit your suggestion directly to the Khoros Doc Team.
We will be notified of your suggestion, and then we can comment and respond to your request. Email notifications enable us to follow up our collaboration and alert you when we merge your suggestions into the documentation.
Cleaner code examples
Our new code example format uses syntax highlighting, one-click copy ability, and the option for examples using multiple programming languages.
The Developer Documentation Portal now separates documentation by product lines. Each product line has its own landing page where you can browse through categories.
What’s New page
Stay up to date with what’s new in the Portal with our What’s New page. Each product has its own What’s New page that provides a change log for new Portal content added after each update. Each entry includes a link to the related product Release Notes on the Khoros Community.
We’ve been working hard on this migration, and we’re going to take a little break while we gather feedback.
The existing Developer Knowledge Base will be in place for a few weeks while we archive the articles. We will have redirects from the legacy Dev Doc Portal and Developer Knowledge Base articles in place, but understand that we might not be able to get you to the exact location where we moved an article or guide. We’ll try to do our best.
In the second half of the year, we will begin to migrate the Khoros Marketing API documentation and adding some other bells and whistles to the Portal. Look for a glossary feature and more code examples in the Khoros Care API reference.
We hope you like the improvements! We know that change can be difficult at first, but we hope the new portal improves your experience developing with the Khoros Platform better in the long run.
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@ArndR The quick answer is that the minor feature version happened due to a bug fix in the 19.3 release.
Previously, when uploading videos to a post from the “From My Videos” tab, you were only able to see previews of the last 3 videos you added. We have fixed this issue, and you can now preview all of your saved videos.
I am still waiting on details from the team about what they did that required them to rev the feature, but it seems that in order to pick up this bug fix, you will need to go to 5.2. I'm hoping to have the full details early next week.
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Lithium is moving all customer communities to full HTTPS encryption. This change better protects your organization and your end-users, while paving the way for performance improvements and great, new features.
Lithium is deprecating support for the following community configurations with Community release 18.2 (March 2018):
HTTP-only community mode
"Mixed mode" HTTPS support
These configurations will remain available through 18.7 (August 2018). After 18.7, support for these configurations will be removed.
Lithium is reaching out to impacted customers over the next several weeks with instructions to initiate their migration to HTTPS. Customers will only need to take a few simple steps in order to complete this important change.
What does HTTPS do?
Authenticates the website to the end-user
Encrypts all data and communication passed between the end user and the community
Safeguards customer data, preventing attacks
Why switch to HTTPS now?
Major browser and search vendors are making changes to flag pages that are delivered over HTTP as 'not secure' after July 2018. HTTPS is also a factor in search engine ranking. It's presumed that search vendors will add weight to HTTPS in their ranking formula this year.
Simply put: moving to HTTPS is the right thing to do for you and your customers. Protecting your end-users online is an absolute priority for us at Lithium. Moving Community to HTTPS-only support is the next, right step toward keeping your end-users and their data safe.
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