The learning videos are subtitled, but only in English. I think it would be useful for non-English speakers to have these subtitles translated. This would contribute to the adoption of best practices for all Iris users.
24 days ago
When implementing or troubleshooting code, it is helpful to have examples to compare against and most certainly from a support perspective where a user may not be experienced with that particular area. Real-life examples and / or documentation wou...
I think it would be interesting to add "Like" feature to quizzes for members to show appreciation of the question. And when the quiz disappears send an automatic message to the creator of the question how many users liked their quiz question and h...
Auto-login to restricted documentation (e.g., HealthShare) for orgs/users
Would be a big people pleaser (at least with my org) if each day we accessed HealthShare docs @ docs.intersystems.com we didn't have to login yet again to access contextual help from the Management Portal. How? (Just a thought off the cuff) Maybe ...
Connect InterSystems Documentation and Developer community
Developer community https://community.intersystems.com/ includes a lot useful technical articles and Q&A. I suggest to show related documents from Developer community on the InterSystems Documentation search results page. And also add on every...
about 1 year ago
New 5-days Training: Develop and Deploy IRIS using Docker, Python and VSCode
The idea is to provide a 5-day training that teaches how to develop backend IRIS solutions using Python in a Docker environment with VSCode. The student would learn how to assemble the Docker and Docker compose file, create REST services and produ...
over 1 year ago
I think it would be interesting to address in a chapter of the documentation good practices both in programming and in the design of persistent classes. It would be ideal to present some code examples. Some examples to illustrate my point: How to ...
Change the style of the tables in the official documentation
Describing the tables in the docs, two main points make it difficult to see to which row a sentence belongs: The colors that distinguish each line have low contrast (#FFFFFF and #F8F9F9); The texts are centralized in the y-axis (and thus, rows don...