Developer Interview – IB Platform Evolution with John Wilcox

**Updated with video** During our April 24 InfoBurst Hangout, I will interview developer John Wilcox about the evolution of the InfoBurst Platform. The Developer Interview hangout will be April 24 @ 11A MST. Click here for the hangout link. Missed a past InfoBurst Hangout? You can read about and view …


Our First Hangout – AnuBIs Preview

Thanks to those that were able to attend the inaugural InfoBurst Hangout. We look forward to seeing more of you at future hangouts. During the April 3 hangout we announced the preview of the AnuBIs Dashboard Designer. Read more about how you can get involved with the AnuBIs preview here. …

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AnuBIs Preview

What Is AnuBIs? AnuBIs is an HTML 5 dashboard design tool. Design stunning dashboards that can be deployed on tablets, smart phones and desktop PCs. Dashboards are easy to build using the AnuBIs drag-and-drop interface. Design dashboards on a tablet or desktop PC. AnuBIs dashboards are highly customizable. Style your …

News & Notes

Windows Server 2003 End Of Life

On July 15, 2015, Microsoft will end support and development of Windows Server 2003. Build 129 of the InfoBurst Platform (available Q4 2015) will move from Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to .NET Framework 4.5. The newer framework will enable our developers to provide more features and better platform performance. Windows …


InfoBurst Hangouts

Let’s talk iB! Join us for a casual gathering of InfoBurst users, developers, and support staff. Discuss your iB challenges, use cases, or just hang out with other super-cool BI professionals. When: Fridays @ 11A MST How: Check out the InfoBurst Hangouts section of the blog each week for hangout …

Build Release

Build 127 Released

InfoBurst build 127 was released March 23, 2015. The build contains a number of enhancements and fixes, including: Support for BI 4.1 SP5 ADSync Group User Roles Command Line License Management AnuBIs HTML 5 Dashboard Designer PREVIEW Complete build release notes available in the InfoBurst Support Wiki.


Bursting With Possibilities

The image above is of a Desert Marigold, a native flower here in the?Sonoran Desert. The one pictured is growing in my yard. It started with just one plant several years ago. Fortunately marigolds?flower quickly. Otherwise we would have pulled it like a weed. This year there are hundreds of …