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We have some exciting news to share for Jive Cloud customers! There was a lot of requests to increase the performance of Custom View Tile's load times and to satisfy that without compromising security, we're p... This is the second bookmarklet we use to help with our work on element14 Community. If you're not sure what bookmarklets are, I explain them in this other blog post; Bookmarklet for displaying Jive content IDs ... We are using Microsoft technologies for a number of our services and products. Most recently our Windows Phone app for Jive. Using the Jive REST API from a .Net/C# application is actually very straightforward,... Check out the JiveWorld17 Vlog (episode 3) about the Jive Derby. Fun with Ryan Rutan and Roguen Keller In this post I am going to show you how to create a public cloud service, have it deployed on Heroku, and then have it pushing data into a Purposeful Place on a cloud Jiveon instance. This should be of interest for an... For any developer who has used the Jive REST API, you may have run into a problem with a security measure we put in place a while back that prefixes API responses with the following line:
throw 'allowIllegalResource... What's New / Changes
Bringing the Developer Sessions to the Developers ... More Time to Hack
More Interactive Developer Experiences and Tutorials
New Shirt ... New Tri-Hackathon ... New Hacker Lounge Sponsor... Hi Jivers, In jive 5 and jive 6, we had a custom java plugin called Moved Content which enabled us to move contents from one group / space to other in bulk. As Jive 7 arrived, we decided to create add-on for the sam... THE EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED! For our second round of the second series of our Developer Days, we're landing in the Pacific time zone to not only celebrate National Bavarian Crepes Day, but to explore devel... Introduction Webhooks are a powerful Jive feature that allow you to subscribe to events that occur in the system. For example, you can subscribe to all user account creations, or all the new documents that are... We kicked off the year with a progression in our Developer Days event to move forward and explore a Middleware use-case — specifically WebHook Bi-Directional Sync with an Activity Stream — and work through... Happy New Year everyone!! To start the new year right, we're kicking off our second series of our Developer Days to help teach the next chapter of Jive Integrations. In this series, we'll be covering how to create an ... Hi Jive Dev's! I'm pretty excited to present the first in a series of developer tools to assist you in creating some great integrations for your Jive instances. The goal for these tools are to ensure that they save yo... This is our LAST Developer Days event for the year, and to make sure as many people can attend as possible that might have missed out on prior events—and the success we felt from The European Dev Days ev... Introduction
Installing and Running Ngrok
Configuring Your Simple Stream App with Ngrok
Building Your Externally Hosted ... Nitrous.io is no longer available. Please use a similar service Cloud9 - Your development environment, in the cloud OR our recommended local development tool Ngrok.io. To use Ngrok, we have written the following guide... Just a friendly note because this is the second time (at least) that I've run into this problem and it is very frustrating and unintuitive to resolve. We are on a hosted instance (7.0.3) and have several custo... When awesome developer tips are discovered, I find that I cant blog about them fast enough. So to try and break that tradition, I'd like to introduce to you an amazing tool/service that was recently shared with ... For some time now, we've been wishing for an easy way to update the URLs for Places. Sometimes we name a Place in a hurry and later come up with a better name. Jive allows us to change quite a bit about a Place, but c... So we just concluded the Jive Developer Days series' first remote/virtual event based on a European audience and here's what happened! We had a lot of people register and fill out the seats from small to large...