Category Archives: The Muse Platform

In this article we are revealing some of the new features introduced in the MuseSearch Application (version 4.0) that will be available in the next release of the Muse Platform. The latest MuseSearch Application (version 4.0) can be also deployed … more

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A new MuseSearch™ widget based on the Responsive CSS Bootstrap technology and jQuery is available. The widget works with Muse version 2.7.0.0 and with the MuseSearch™ Application version 3.9. In the below example the widget was included in an iFrame … more

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We have enhanced the widget to show Search Progress and be able to fit in a jQueryUI object (e.g. a “dialog” jQueryUI window). The widget is initiated with the “true” value for the the new added option SHOW_PROGRESS that means … more

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Besides the dedicated SharePoint MuseSearch™ WebPart, available since Muse 2.3.0.0, starting with Muse version 2.7.0.0, MuseSearch™ Application 3.9 version, in this post we describe two other simple ways to integrate the MuseSearch™ Application into a SharePoint site. 1. Insert a … more

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This page shows a JavaScript MuseSearch™ component able to be included in any foreign page. It is exclusively using AJAX calls and works thanks to the Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) mechanism. The paginating widget works with Muse starting with 2.7.0.0 version and with MuseSearch Application starting with 3.9 version. more

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This page shows a JavaScript MuseSearch™ component able to be included in any foreign page. It is exclusively using AJAX calls and works thanks to the Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) mechanism. The infinite scroll widget works with Muse starting with 2.7.0.0 version and with MuseSearch Application starting with 3.9 version. more

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The Muse Federated Search (MuseSearch™) and the Standalone Muse Proxy for Muse Proxy Applications are two client oriented services powered by Muse Technology. Being two separate services it is recommended to run them on separate servers (either physical or virtual … more

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The Muse manuals are written in DocBook and a build process generates the PDF files which are actually the documents for the end users. We have improved the building process of Muse manuals so that it does not hang up … more

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In this post we make a comparison between the features in Muse 2.6.0.0 and Vivisimo Velocity Platform 7.5-6, related to building and running Connectors/Sources. This comparison is exclusively related to Federated Search capabilities and the environment for building, maintaining, configuring and running Connectors/Sources. more

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