SlamData 4.1 delivers improved performance and polish over 4.0, and raises the bar on what you can do visually without using SQL
“SlamData 4.1 delivers improved performance and polish over 4.0, and raises the bar on what you can do visually without using SQL,’ said John De Goes, CTO and Co-Founder. “In addition, our support for MarkLogic, Couchbase, and Hadoop/Spark has been through two months of beta testing, with many performance and quality improvements.”
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- Completion of Couchbase connector; now supports key joins.
- Completion of MarkLogic connector; now supports both XML and JSON.
- Completion of Spark/Hadoop connector.
- Now any card in a deck can now be mirrored; Previously only the last card in a deck could be mirrored.
- Forms can now be built using cards rather than Markdown. This makes adding menus and inputs to dashboards easier.
- Improved caching.
- Authentication is no longer attempted if a permission token is present. This increases the loading speed of decks with permission tokens by unauthenticated consumers.
- The Embed Deck HTML has been improved. Embedded decks now work better out the box and also provide deck URLs which allows for simpler and more powerful integration with other applications.
- Decks are now saved in a single workspace file which reduces the number of requests.
- The open card now includes search making selecting a file from a long listing much easier.
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Damon, each week we get together and discuss a feature of SlamData that we're seeing a lot of clients use, inquire about, or one that we feel like is worth exploring because it's that unique and can solve big problems in the market simply. This week it's JOINs.
At MongoWorld 2015, Eliot Horowitz, CTO of MongoDB, stepped onto the stage and announced to the world that joins would be coming to the famous document-oriented database.