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Apr
09
2015
By Melinda
In Wakanda Studio
In the latest version of Wakanda (which you can download in the Development Channel), Wakanda Studio has been redesigned to follow the rules of "Flat Design."   Flat design is a style of interface design that focuses on a minimalist use of simple elements, typography, and colors. As a design approach, it is often contrasted to skeuomorphism and rich design, which creates a three-...
Mar
20
2015
By matthieu
In Studio Code editor
While you are entering code in the Code Editor, a code completion box appears. This code completion box has two columns: code suggestion scope Code suggestion The actual code suggestion is one that you could / should use depending on three things: the context, which is defined by the execution context, the scope you are actually in, and what you have...
Feb
17
2015
By ayoub
In LDAP, Authentication
Introduction Wakanda's Directory is a built-in directory in which you define both users and groups. In the Directory, you include users in a specific group and you define relationships between groups. This information, defined by developers, is needed by Wakanda Server to define and promote permissions and access rights for WakandaDB datastores.   Overview of Wakanda’s Directory...
Jan
28
2015
By Julien
In Authentication
Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) is a way to reuse your Windows session to authenticate using various compatible software or LAN-based services, thus providing you with an effective and reliable Single Sign-On (SSO) solution. This blog post will explain how to create an SSO in a future release of Wakanda.
Jan
14
2015
By guy
In server javascript engine V8
We are currently integrating the V8 JavaScript Engine into Wakanda Server. V8 is Google’s open-source JavaScript engine, written in C++. Context Wakanda provides a server-side JavaScript server that allows you to write application-specific server-side code that is then executed on the server. With this version, you can use JavaScript to process the data in your database. The JavaScript...
Dec
16
2014
By matthieu
In Studio, Code editor
Following our first post about Wakanda’s symbol table, we can now discuss an interesting and useful feature: autocompletion. Autocompletion suggests relevant code based on what you type. Below are a few examples to make things a little clearer. After you launch Wakanda Studio, create a new solution, open the Datastore Model Designer and create two dataclasses. You can add one or more...
Oct
22
2014
By matthieu
In Studio, Code editor
Before explaining the auto complete, outline,  and goto definition features in-depth, we want to explain the Symbol Table to you because it is the backbone to each of these features. The Symbol Table is made up of files located in each of your project folders. These files contain data (symbols), such as file names, variable names, function return types, scopes, and other information as it...
Aug
25
2014
By Gilles Danjou
In tool, shell
Wakanda Shell is a command line tool for accessing Wakanda Server and executing JavaScript code server-side. This shell supports both interactive (a great place to test simple one-liners) and non-interactive uses (scripting for Wakanda Server).
Aug
07
2014
By Gilles Danjou
In Release
    We are excited to announce the availability of Wakanda 9 in the Stabilization Channel. Here's a rundown of what's new in this version.
Apr
10
2014
By Gilles Danjou
In Release
We are excited to announce the availability of Wakanda 8 in the Production Channel. This version comes with many new features, two of which we consider great reasons to upgrade: