Community News - May 9, 2016
Hello, everyone! It's sunny and warm in the Pacific Northwest as we embark on another week of action in the community! This week, there's a new Nintex Users Group, find out where to meetup! And there are new updates to the Nintex Forms SDK release, and some really great forms posted in response to the May mission. Read on!
Pizza... Beverages... Nintex!
Did you know there's a new Nintex Users Group that meets right here in the Nintex offices?
It's the brainchild of James Porretta and Brendon Ford, both of Provoke. They've done this in New Zealand and there's starting another one in Bellevue. Tammy Batey covers the new meetup here: New Bellevue Meetup Group for Nintex Users.
I bet the pizza was almost as good as the solutions they came up with! See you at the next one June 28th!
|Nintex Forms SDK Updates|
Last week, we announced that the new Nintex Forms SDK dropped. Nintex programmer/writer Matt Briggs has since posted two more blogs about it!
We've also added a couple of buttons to make your route to the Nintex SDKs faster.
Check the upper-right portion of Dev Talk, and you'll see links to the Nintex 2013 SDK, the Nintex for O365 SDK and the Nintex Drawloop SDK
The May mission is off to a great start - thanks to those of you who have completed it already! This month's mission is about Nintex Forms: May We InFORM You About Nintex Forms? Follow the instructions, and you'll earn a limited-time badge, and you'll see key content related to the product. Side benefit: You can see how other people use Nintex Forms! Here are two examples:
There are more in the Nintex Gallery. Do the mission and show off your own!
Cool Community Content
|Each week, I post a few unanswered questions to help get some eyes on questions in need of a solution. If you can, please help a fellow Connect member out! And remember if you post a question, and someone answers it correctly, please remember to mark their answer correct! Here are some questions that need a look:|
Amit Bhatia can't configure a PSConfig because of this: Content Database upgrade failure on missing FeatureID for Nintex Workflow ID "0561d315-d5db-4736-929e-26da142812c5" Whew!
William Krieg's title IS his question: Does anyone know a way to analyze workflow data, Is there a way to export workflow data to analyze performance (e.g. average time to complete, individual time performance, etc.)?
Have a great week, everyone!
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