This is the login panel
This section describes the core concepts around how Contensive renders a document.
A document is typically an html document or a json document. An Add-on is a feature created by a developer to be executed in an application.
A simple add-on example that displays the words "Hello World" Create an add-on record with: name = "helloworld" isRemoteMethod = true (this lets the addon be run from a URL) copy = "Hello World" Test the addon by hitting the URL http://contensive.io/helloworld Edit the addon and change it to render and an entire html document with: Html Document = true Test the addon by hitting the URL http://contensive.io/helloworld
Collections can also be exported from a site into a zip file download. You typically develop features on a development environment, export the collection and install it on your staging and/or production environment.
Create a Getting-Started collection, export it using the Add-on Manager and install it on another site. Create an Add-on Collection Record with just a name. Edit the helloworld add-on and add it to the new collection. See that the add-on is now available in the navigation on the left. Use the Add-on manager to export the collection zip file. Upload the collection zip file to a different site. Test that the helloworld add-on is installed and working.