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Thanks for cleaning up the wiki guys -- looks great.

Having recently written (then later accidentally deleting) an infusion based on the new API, I must say it is very friendly. I think the next steps might be to make an example infusion with commented code snippets on API usage for new developers.

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Thanks for cleaning up the wiki guys -- looks great.

Having recently written (then later accidentally deleting) an infusion based on the new API, I must say it is very friendly. I think the next steps might be to make an example infusion with commented code snippets on API usage for new developers.

That woud be great.. As a Software Quality Assurance it´s great to learn "How To"´s with examples (It´s hard to know all the diferent programing languages but not that hard to understand it)

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That woud be great.. As a Software Quality Assurance it´s great to learn "How To"´s with examples (It´s hard to know all the diferent programing languages but not that hard to understand it)

I see it the same way .... jejejejej

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  • 4 months later...

regarding the API documentation, I have been experimenting with creating infusions, and using the code example for noficiations, I cant seem to get it to work, even directly copying the example and editing with my infusion's name doesnt seem to work ... I would really appreciate it if someone could help me figure out why its not working...

edit, referring to the javascript api.

edit2:

I think i figured out the problem ....

function refreshSmall();

{

refreshSmallTile(ExampleInfusion);

notify('You used the Refresh button!');

}

should be

function refreshSmall()

{

refreshSmallTile(ExampleInfusion);

notify('You used the Refresh button!');

}

I made the change and got it to work...

Edited by chreestopher
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