EPU #2: Enterspeed Starter template ▶️
You're a busy person, we get it. Just like the great Freddie Mercury, you don't have no time for no monkey business.
Don't worry fam, we got you! Introducing the Enterspeed Starter template.
feature Enterspeed Starter template ▶️
Nothing is more painful than needing to do a lot of manual work in order to test something. Okay, some things might be more painful, but you get the point.
Testing things should be quick and easy, which is why we have made it extremely easy (and quick) to start testing out Enterspeed.
When creating a new tenant, you now have the option to use the Enterspeed Starter template.
Selecting this automatically set up and imports:
- Environment client
- Data source
- Partial schemas
- Source entities
This means you can start transforming data right away, and/or try to fetch it to your frontend project.
You can see in the video below how easy it is!
feature Nuxt3 Demo project
We are proud to showcase yet another demo project - this time using Nuxt3.
To give you an idea of how Enterspeed can be implemented in a frontend project, we have made a Nuxt3 demo site, similar to our Next.js demo site.
🏊 Dive into our public Github repo to see exactly how we made the demo.
feature Algolia integration (Preview mode)
We've been tweaking and tinkering, and are ready with a new, extremely powerful integration: Algolia.
If you're not familiar with Algolia, it is one of the most popular "Site Search & Discovery APIs".
Our new integration makes it possible to push your Enterspeed data up to Algolia, so you're able to quickly implement search in your application.
The integration is currently in preview mode, meaning you'll have to drop us an email if you want to try it out.
feature Routes on generated views
You can now see routes on generated views. Preeeeetty cool 😎
feature Action to delete all source entities
When testing out ingesting data to Enterspeed, it can sometimes be useful to remove all previously ingested data.
We've made this really simple by adding a "Delete all"-button in the Source entities table. You can also do this by navigating to Data sources, clicking the settings button next to the data source, and selecting "Delete all entities".
feature Tutorial videos 🎞️
To make it even easier to get started with Enterspeed, we've made 6 new tutorial videos that demonstrate some of the main topics in Enterspeed.
The tutorials are:
- Setting up a tenant in Enterspeed
- Designing a schema with Enterspeed
- Ingesting data into Enterspeed
- Enterspeed starter template
- Seeding data from Umbraco to Enterspeed
- Tagging in Umbraco (Filter by tag in Enterspeed)
So grab some popcorns and get binge-watching 🍿
feature Onboarding checklist
To give you a better understanding of "the steps you need to complete", we've included a checklist in the overview.
Improvement Moved alias/viewHandle from partial schema
To simplify the partial schemas, we've moved the alias/viewHandle out from the JSON schema. Instead, it's now provided during new partial creation.
Improvement Generated views filters are now searchable 🔎
If you have a large application, the generated views table can grow quite big.
To make it easier to find exactly the generated view you need, we've made all the filters searchable.
Improvement API keys are now hidden by default
As the old saying goes: "Don't be dumb as a tree 🌳, always, ALWAYS, hide your API key 🔑".
Okay, to be honest, I just made that saying up, but nonetheless the point remains valid.
Therefore, all API keys inside Enterspeed are now blurred by default.
fixFixes and tweaks 🛠️
- The email verification process on the "sign up"-page has been made smoother.
- When switching between generated views, the data are now re-fetched.
- Tables rows are now clickable for items that contain a single view (e.g. the schemas table).
- After schema deployment autosave sometimes got stuck, this is now fixed.
- After bulk deletion, pagination wasn't updated, this is now fixed.
Until next time 👋