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23. 10. 2019 Karlis Upitis Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.8

We fixed a bug where Analytics dashlets were displayed with incorrect heights when mixed with other Icinga2 dashlets. For NetEye 4.8 we updated: icingaweb2 to version: 2.7.1_neteye1.50.2-1

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01. 03. 2019 Karlis Upitis Downloads / Release Notes

Updated icingaweb2-module-geomap for NetEye 4.4

Updated icingaweb2-module-geomap to version 1.1.3-1: Fix issues regarding how and when cluster is displayed on the map.

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24. 08. 2018 Karlis Upitis Icinga News, NetEye

Introducing Lampo Module-Wide Quick Navigation

Do you count yourself a power user? Then you will like Lampo! Lampo is module-wide quick navigation feature which allows you to quickly jump from one module section to another.  Lampo is not installed by default, so be sure to install it first so you can try it out. Lampo allows you to get to…

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24. 08. 2018 Karlis Upitis Service Management

Images in EriZone notification emails

Images in scalable vector graphics format (SVG) are wonderful!  They’re crispy on retina displays, resizable without losing image quality, and usually take less space.  That means a faster loading time for the web page. But what about SVG in email?  Although web technologies have developed rapidly, HTML-enhanced email is struggling to keep up.  Using SVG…

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08. 09. 2016 Karlis Upitis NetEye

Durchgängiger Stil dank Komponentenbibliothek

Die Rolle des Front-End-Entwicklers ist inmitten vieler anderer Rollen positioniert. Um einheitliche Produkte liefern zu können, muss der Front-End-Entwickler auf Design, Back-End, Inhalt und andere Dinge achten und besonderen Wert darauf legen, dass alle Elemente gut zusammenspielen und harmonieren [2]. Missverständnisse, verschwendete Zeit, das Synchronisieren der Elemente auf Entwicklungs- und Produktionsumgebungen, doppelte Arbeitsschritte – das…

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08. 09. 2016 Karlis Upitis NetEye, Service Management

Style Consistency thanks to Component Library

A front end developer is positioned in the middle of lots of other jobs. To successfully deliver products he has to be aware of design, back end, content and other things that make everything nicely work together [2]. Misunderstandings, wasted time on synchronizing elements in development and production environments, duplicate work – these are just…

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08. 09. 2016 Karlis Upitis NetEye

Stile coerente grazie ad una Component Library

Lo sviluppatore front-end si trova sempre in mezzo a tante e diverse attività. Per poterle portare a termine nel miglior modo possibile, lo sviluppatore front-end deve essere informato sul design, back-end, contenuti e tutti i dettagli che rendono l’insieme piacevole all’uso [2]. Fraintendimenti, tempo sprecato per sincronizzare elementi in ambienti di sviluppo e di produzione, lavori duplici – sono…

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