Object editing (musdb)

Upcoming Major Update to musdb

Usually the development of musdb (and the other parts of museum-digital software) follows a rolling release paradigm. A new feature is developed, tested, and then distributed. Updates are – usually – not held back. Over the last month, we made an exception, as there will be a lot of new features and a slight redesign

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New Features at museum-digital (November 2022)

After trying a monthly change log once some month ago, we have unfortunately been rather lenient with notifying everyone of new features and updates in the last months. To approach betterment, here there is a list of the updates of November 2022 the form of screenshots. As a very large update is upcoming in the

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Screenshot der OpenAPI-Beschreibung der API von musdb in Swagger UI

Managing object information using the musdb API

The public API of the frontend of museum-digital has long been in use – for example for embedding objects directly from museum-digital in a given museum’s website. The API is stable and well-established. In musdb, our inventorization and museum management tool, however, the situation is more complicated. On the one hand, musdb is simply much

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Using Textblocks in musdb

museum-digital has a lot of “hidden” features; hidden on purpose to not blur the users’ focus. One of these is the text blocks features in musdb, our inventorization and data input tool. Thus far, the text blocks had only been described in a presentation from mid-2018 (in German) – hence this blog post.

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