This documentation is for the legacy Izenda 6 product. Documentation for the new Izenda 7 product can be found at https://www.izenda.com/docs/
A number of new items in 22.214.171.124 + should be brought to attention. In the Reference Implementation, there are new files and folders. These include the Resources/FromDLL folder, Resources/Vis folder, the node_modules folder, the Gruntfile.js file, and the package.json file. Also, in the Resources/css folder, there is a new folder called ModernStyles, as well as minified versions of the standard css files.
What are these new files and folders in my Reference Implementation for?
There are a number of new files and folders in the Reference Implementation (RI) of Izenda 126.96.36.199 +. Most of these files are used in the build process before deployment. In most cases, customers of Izenda can leave these alone, but an explanation of each may be beneficial.
This file holds the dependencies so Node.js' package manager knows what to install to the node_modules folder. This folder can also be left alone.
In an effort to make Izenda easier to customize, a lot of resources have been pulled out of the DLL and placed in the Resources folder. This includes numerous images and scripts used in the product, previously unavailable to customers for modification.
FromDLL/Resources contains a large group of images used in the product, as well as a few subfolders holding their respective images, such as Dashboard, Toolbar, DataSources, and some extra CSS in the Styles folder. These images are now available to edit and change.
FromDLL/Scripts holds 30+ scripts previously unavailable to the customer. These scripts scan now be freely viewed, but modifications to them are not recommended.
The Vis folder contains the files for Izenda Vision. Izenda Vision is a product add on utilizing the d3.js library for enhanced and interactive data visualizations. Inside this folder, you will find 5 subfolders: scripts, Animated, Circular, Rectangular, and Uncategorized.
The scripts folder contains the necessary scripts for the d3.js library and other necessary scripting libraries.
Each category houses one or more visualization folder. For example, the Circular folder contains the folder for the Sunburst visualization. Inside the Sunburst folder, you will notice some key files- the view.html, the doc.html, and the preview.png. Every visualization will contain these three files. Some visualizations contain other helper files, including scripts or additional views. It is highly recommended that these not be altered.
The dependency chain has been optimized in the Default.master. Previously, the <style> tag for the main.css was being overridden by the bootstrap references, making it difficult to have changes in the main.css respected. Now that both the main.css and main.js are at the bottom of the chain, changes to those files will be respected.
Also, pathing changes have been made to a majority of the css files. Notice that they all have .min.css extensions. As mentioned before, many of our css files have minified versions now. Removing white space helps reduce the size of the file and increase loading times. The RI now comes with the paths defaulted to the .min.css files of Reset2, print, fun, and main.
Note- Although the .min.css files are present, the .css files also still exist in the folder. So having a path point at, for example, main.css instead of main.min.css will still work.
Last edited by stephentriphahn, 2015-01-13 09:39:35