Release 7.14: Looking hot

It’s the first release of the new year, and we’re starting off with a bang. We’ve breathed new life into one of our earliest products: Fonto Content Quality. This entails a complete redesign and many new features, guaranteed to improve the user experience considerably. If you’re not yet familiar with Fonto Content Quality, it is …

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Release 7.13: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

It’s finally here! After tirelessly working on our new documentation portal, we’re very excited to announce that its website has launched. The new website contains all the articles from before, except it’s much faster, more structured, easier to search and quicker to navigate. Click here to visit.  We’ve also showered our Outline with love this …

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Optimize your XPaths for better performance

This blogpost is part of a series on improving the performance of implementations of the Fonto editor. In our experience, XPath is often one of the biggest bottlenecks for the editor’s performance. This is logical if you look at most modern Fonto APIs: SX configuration, mutation hooks and even custom sidebars use a lot of …

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"100% of the Fonto employees say it is a great place to work"

During the autumn of 2020, Great Place to Work extensively surveyed the Fonto team on five key values: credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie. Based on the outcomes of this survey, Fonto is now  officially a ‘Great Place to Work’! Fonto scored above the benchmark on each of the key values. Employees are proud to …

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Release-7.12

Release 7.12: Drinking our own champagne

This release we’ve been tackling some big projects that are going to greatly benefit both our internal workflow as well as our clients’. For starters, we’ve been working on our very own diff engine, which will replace the current engine in Fonto Document History. This new and improved diff engine makes comparing revisions a lot …

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Optimizing an XPath

A poorly performing application is pretty much always something which upsets users. And they should be; why would they need to wait for an application to finish processing? Writing high performances software is hard: it takes time, skill, discipline, and careful craftsmanship. Whether you’re writing a database application or a microservice that implements some algorithm, …

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