Our most enduring feature request for H-CMS is now live
Intuiface Headless CMS (H-CMS) enables you to separate an experience from its content, making it possible to update content using any web browser and having those changes reflected in deployed experiences. (Everyone, from those on trial to those with paid Platform plans, can use Headless CMS.) Critical for its construction was a UI intended for even those with zero knowledge of Composer.We've introduced what we think will be a great simplifier - vertical scrolling. Originally, all data item properties were listed vertically, meaning one would have to scroll left and right to view the entire list of items. Regardless of the screen width or zoom level, few items were visible at any one time. Now, with vertical scrolling, item properties are listed horizontally. The result is a vertical listing of items, putting many more in view and making it far easier to scan the list.The feature is live so the next time you run Headless CMS, you'll find the scrolling toggle in the upper left-hand cell of any content table. We've set vertical scrolling to be the default view, but feel free to use the toggle if you'd prefer the original horizontal scrolling option.What's next for Headless CMS? Base duplication and base sharing. Long-time H-CMS users have already started salivating...
Join us online for a live look at some of the coolest, deepest, most challenging questions we've received over the past three months.
On September 28 at 10am New York / 4pm Paris we will host the second ever Quarterly Q&A LIVE, where we will join you live to answer some of the most interesting customer questions submitted over the past three months. Why only share answers with those who asked?This event's topics include:
How to enable kiosk users to interactively "search" a Headless CMS base.
Everything you need to know about experience-to-experience communication.
A look at how to pass information between scenes in a running experience.
Tricks for managing secondary Intuiface accounts, something every agency and integrator should know.
Your own questions, answered live!
It's free to join; all you have to do is register. Click the button below to visit our event page and find the registration link.
You've probably heard us say it: Don't just look at prebuilt experiences in your area of interest. Instead, look at everything out there so you can be inspired by great, creative work.... But ok, it also helps to start by studying projects specific to your area of concern. To help you do that, we've added industry and usage filters to the Showcase page on our website, the page containing 100+ videos of customer work.Coupled with a really nice visual redesign, the addition of filters to our Showcase page makes its video listing much more manageable. Now you can shorten that extensive video library into consumable chunks of related content. We've also ensured that all custom filters generate unique URLs, so you can bookmark and share your favorite views.Give it a look and find motivation in the excellent work of your peers!
Most of you probably know that the big incentive for a Platform Enterprise subscription is remote deployment, the ability to push and play experiences on Players running anywhere in the world. What you may not know are some of the other unique Enterprise features.Did you know that with Platform Enterprise you are also entitled to:
branded Analytics dashboards
use of Player Next Gen
If any are news to you, click the button below to get the details. You may be missing out on critical capability you just didn't think we had.
Watch this Element Group video about using Intuiface to create a new prepackaged offering: digital brochures for the banking sector
Intuiface's partner The Element Group specializes in the banking sector, giving them a deep understanding of that industry's unique challenges and opportunities. One of their areas of focus is the digitization of product and service brochures. These publications remain critical to the business but, as printed material, are frequently out of date, slow to produce, and impossible to track.The Element Group used Intuiface to create what they're calling a Digital Brochure Display and produced a video showing it in action. In this video, you'll see how the offering works and will learn how The Element Group leveraged Intuiface Analytics for data capture and Intuiface Headless CMS for content updates.With this pre-packaged offering, The Element Group has added a compelling and (with Intuiface) scalable offering to their services portfolio.