“Coming from a relational database or software component design, developers or data designers tend to avoid circular references for good reason”, says Stefan Bader, Picturepark’s Director of Engineering. “With Picturepark technology those who want to build sophisticated data relationships following a document based approach, for instance those shown on schema.org and supported by the JSON Schema standards, can now do so with all the freedom they need.”
Administrators will be provided with features that simplify the
configuration and maintenance of the system. As an example of this, the
automated creation of display patterns based on default values and
mandatory fields will now be available to them. Display patterns are
particularly useful for providing contextual information to users, via
the use of tooltips and other means.
An example of one area that regular users will benefit from includes
easier access to an advanced query mode for searching for content or
list items by using what is known as the Lucene query syntax, which
among others supports Boolean operators such as “AND”, “NOT”, “OR,”
among others. Picturepark also expect editors to find it more convenient
to use the powerful batch editor for content and list items, which now
also supports parent-child metadata layers constructs.
The May 2019 Update of the Picturepark Content Platform was made
generally available to both customers and partners on May 3rd, 2019. The
complete release notes are available online.
For more information about Picturepark, visit: https://picturepark.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
organizations to build purpose-specific solutions that help them to
better manage and route any type of content, at any scale.
Picturepark manages file-based and fileless content in a strictly-structured way: featuring content management innovations such as Adaptive Metadata™, semantic relationships and microsites.
Designed API-first and based on a modern technology stack,
Picturepark combines the primary benefits of multiple content management
disciplines: master data (MDM), product information (PIM), digital
asset (DAM) and headless content management.
Picturepark can be used as a standalone content system, as a content
integration bus which routes content to other systems and as a platform
technology which provides the base for customers or partners to build
their own purpose-specific content solutions.