e-Spirit extends FirstSpirit 4.2 with a new release. It sports more functions for editors and developers.
With FirstSpirit version 4.2 release 2, e-Spirit announced a new version of its content management system (CMS). It offers many new functions and upgrades for editors, template developers, and administrators. One of the highlights of this release is the support for Internet Explorer in the integrated preview of the FirstSpirit JavaClient.
Overview of new features with FirstSpirit 4.2R2:
Microsoft Internet Explorer for the integrated preview:
Now Internet Explorer(IE) can also be run on Windows systems alongside Mozilla Firefox for the preview function in the FirstSpirit JavaClient. Editors can switch between the two browsers at their leisure to see how a web page is displayed in the two systems.
Now FirstSpirit applications JavaClient, WebClient, server and project configuration, and server monitoring are also available in Dutch along with six other languages.
Full-text search in FirstSpirit online documentation and Access API
This new version offers a full-text search feature, which can also be used to search online documentation and the FirstSpirit Access API. Search results can be filtered by target groups (administrators, users, developers).
Using FirstSpirit on Mac OS X
With 4.2R2, e-Spirit implemented some important features and optimizations for the planned release of the FirstSpirit application on Mac OS X in future versions. The look and feel of the JavaClient and the application for the server and project configuration have been adapted to blend in with the familiar Mac menus.
Filtering, search, and limiting of displayed data records
To make it easier for editors, who manage large quantities of data records, release 2 introduced a limiting and filtering option for displaying results.
Read more about this press release here.