InVision 2.3.0 Released

A new release of InVision is ready, and it contains some new very useful features and enhancements. Check them out below.

The most powerful new feature added this time is probably the ability to easily embed custom JavaScript computation libraries that can be used in spreadsheet formulas, where each spreadsheet gets its own compute instance. This enables you to write very advanced calculations for spreadsheets.

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InVision 2.2.2 Released!

“From all of us, to all of you, a merrInVision christmas!” The December release is here with some new features and improvements. Some key features this time is Export to Excel, improved rendering of filters based on jagged dimensions, and that new members can be added to Workflow State Context Objects during a Workflow without requiring a restart.

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InVision 2.1 Released

The main focus for this release has been about adding a more flexible authentication model by supporting OpenID Connect and Azure Active Directory in addition to the existing Windows authentication option. This enables us to support most modern authentication options, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Azure AD and custom user name / password solutions.
We have also improved Users + Permission Management to make it faster and easier to work with, and additionally, added many new capabilities and features to the platform to increase developer productivity and end user experience.

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Guidelines and tooling for the InVision Solution Development Cycle

You’ll probably need to make changes to, or continue developing InVision solutions after they have been published to production. Today, we’ll present a simple best practice pattern or guideline for continued development of InVision solutions, and the new InVision Data Migration Tool (InVision DMT for short) which helps you in this process.

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