Persona First and Last Name options.
Previously when importing personas into Learning Locker you needed to have a full name field in order to create the persona name on import. However, we found that in most cases customers would have downloaded data that had two separate fields. Now, the option in the drop-down allows you to still select the full name as well as having an option for firstname and lastname. The result of selecting both will concatenate the values to create the persona name.
Apps: Add more app cards
In a recent release you may have seen that we started to add cards into our app page to provide information on the apps and integrations we have built. We have now finished adding the rest of these that currently take you to a description of the app itself. More developments to come with this feature, but for now you have a complete list of all the available apps that you can have alongside your Learning Locker instance.
Persona Imports: Allow homepage constants
Another personas update that makes it possible to hardcode the homepage value of the ID into the account name column. In most cases a homepage url is not something that is typically stored alongside the user ID, so this meant there was always some additional pre-processing of a CSV required in order to add the homepage value in. Now though, it is possible to just hardcode this for immediate and future use which simplifies the entire process.
Enable statement forwarding to Kinesis
Forward statements to a Kinesis endpoint to collect, process, and analyse your data and gather deep insights in real time.
Update from React 15 to 16
We have recently upgraded our version of React to version 16. Now while you may not notice anything immediately other than some performance improvements, it does open up a number of interesting avenues for us for later development. For the Full react release notes see here: https://reactjs.org/blog/2017/09/26/react-v16.0.html
- Corrected a small typo in the visualisations where there was a misspelling of "Context Activities".
- The new getting started dashboard was creating the visualisations in an opened state meaning multiple aggregations were sent to the server the minute you opened that tab. They are now created in a closed state.
- QueryBuilderCacheValues: Update display values of statement.object dynamically.
- SavedQueries: Remove merging queries as this was not used and we felt it was actually a bit confusing.
- Fixed statement counts after statements are deleted. - Essentially what it says on the tin, previously the LRS statement count wouldn't get reduced when statements were deleted via the new deletion API, but now it does so that we display more accurate statement counts.
- UIServer: Better handling for invalid IDs - this fixes an issue someone reported in OS where navigating to shareable dashboards with an invalid dashboard ID caused the dashboard to crash and throw a number of errors.
- Visualisations: Resolved crash when axesxQuery/axesyQuery is null - there was a bug where the correlation visualisation would break if you added an axes query and then removed it afterwards
- Previously when importing personas into Learning Locker you needed to have a full name field in order to create the persona name on import. However, we found that in most cases customers would have downloaded data that had two separate fields. Now, the option in the drop-down allows you to still select the full name as well as having an option for firstname and lastname. The result of selecting both will concatenate the values to create the persona name.