getCollection JS API method

Today we added a new JS method called getCollection. This new method provides the ability to pull data from a given collection. This can be done in custom javascript or within a custom widget. The method will work on any page across a site. There is no need to connect a widget or page to a collection.

Content Injection Guide

Today we posted a new guide on Content Injection. This guide provides a walkthrough on how to implement content injections as well as all the support content types. Examples are provided for each content type.

New Javascript Functions

Today we launched two new Javascript functions that can be used on your published sites. Normally these functions are used in custom widget code to determine certain behavior.

Custom Widgets - External JS Apps

Today we launched the ability to control a custom widget through an external javascript app. This app can be written using a JS framework like React, Vue or Angular. It can also be written in plain javascript. We are excited about this feature for developers building more complex custom widgets that require a lot of javascript. This capability allows the separation of the logic and presentation of a custom widget.

New API Reference

Today we updated our API reference documentation. This update includes two major changes.

Dynamic Pages

Today we released our first version of dynamic pages. Dynamic Pages can be used to programmatically add pages to a website. You can learn more by reading our Dynamic Pages guide.

New Styling

We've launched an updated style & design for the developer portal. We think we've covered all use cases, but if you run across anything, please notify us and we can fix it.

Best Practices for Widget Builder

Today we released our best practices for building widgets with the Duda Widget Builder. We've been compiling a list of best practices internally for a while now and finally wanted to share it publicly. We will continue to keep this guide updated as new best practices come up. We'd love to hear from you if you have any tips about using the Duda Widget Builder.

Webhooks for Site Comments

Webhooks are a big part of the Site Comments feature. Subscribing to an event like a new conversation added by a customer enables you to add collecting client feedback into your workflow.

New Developer Portal

Today we are happy to announce the launch of our new developer portal. The Duda platform continues to evolve and provide a variety of integration options for partners. This portal serves as the one-stop shop for all technical related topics pertaining to working with the Duda platform. Our goal is to help partners discover what is possible and learn how to make it happen.