Drag'n'Drop interface for the built-in Dashboard!
For the full release, go to this thread:
This release brings a Drag'n'Drop interface to the built-in Dashboard. This is a feature that was said to be impossible, but by way of a great collaboration between @markus and @spelcheck this is now not only possible, but EASY to use.
While we are ironing out the last few kinks and getting screenshots and videos ready, we are now releasing this for general testing. If you find the instructions in this post enough to get started, please test it
Follow the installation steps below:
|INSTALL the DRIVER - The Smartly Injection Driver|
Install using HPM (recommended) - When using HPM you will receive automatic updates to the driver but also the latest JS and CSS files, automatically installed into the hub File Manager so that it runs 100% locally.
Manually - You can install the 'Smartly Injection' driver manually, but you won't receive updates automatically and you will need to install the Support Files manually within the hub File Manager (below). The 'Smartly Injection' driver code is is located here.
|UPLOAD the FILES - The Support Files (automatically installed by HPM)|
If you installed the 'Smartly Injection' device via HPM, this step is already done for you. In fact, performing this step when using HPM can result in strange and unsupported behavior.
If you chose to install the Smartly Injection device manually, you'll also want to upload these Support Files to your hub using your hub File Manager.
If you choose to not install these files (or you visit your dashboard via the cloud) they will be accessed remotely at the 100% donation-funded smartly project servers at AWS.
|ADD the DEVICE - Create the virtual device, add the JSInject tile|
|ADD the JSON - to your Dashboard JSON (automatically added when using smartly)|
If you're already a smartly user and have updated your JSON since this post was created, this step is already done for you.
If you choose to not use smartly, you'll need to manually patch your dashboard JSON with this code - not yet linked to.
TODO: Add pictures/videos