Archive for March, 2014

Doors Next Generation Extensions: DNG meets D3

In the last step we will integrate a “Forced Graph” inside the DNG Widget. To accelerate the visible result you don’t need to create the Links between the Artefacts. I prepared an Array with Links and Nodes for you. Just download the example code from here and move it to your extensions folder. Restart DNG […]

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Cubieboard with Node.js and MongoDB

Embedded device with a powerful ARM CPU become more and more attractive…not only to me. Last time I installed Node.js and MongoDB on a Cubieboard (First Generation). Details and documentation about the Cubieboard could be ¬†found here. Interesting for me is that the (thousands of) informations about Raspberry PI ¬†could be 1:1 transferred to the […]

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Javascript Development Environment “Nodeclipse” with Version control at the Jazz Hub.

Since last year I struggle with a good working Javascript Development Environment. In 2013 I found Webstorm 7 very useful and good for NodeJS and Javascript Development. Today I found Nodeclipse and I fall in love again. Maybe it is because I know Eclipse my last 8 years, maybe. The hint about Nodeclipse was in […]

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Doors Next Generation Extensions: Find Requirements with Links

Today we will go a step further…in our first code snippet we will access Requirements inside DNG. First we get all the Requirements inside a DNG Module Then we look for Links on the Requirements and print the Linktype on the console. For this functionality we have to include the followin code inside status.js. The […]

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Doors Next Generation Extensions: Start with the Chrome Developer Tools

After the successful “deploy” of our first DNG Extension, it is time to start Chrome Web Browser. Included in the Chrome Browser are the Developer Tools. You find them at the Chrome menu “Tools->Developer Tools” or “Ctrl + Shift + I” on windows. Safari and Firefox has similar Debugger/Tools but I prefer Chrome. With the […]

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