- New GraphQl
- Is now possibile to manage
- Added the
Peoplecheckbox in the table and in the modal
- New Crono UI
- Is now possible to
The Matchplat dictionary is a dictionary that allows you to enter:
And have as output:
In this way the end user can study the target market by browsing the results given by the dictionary.
The Dictionary is currently in Beta. Its features are constantly under modification and it may be offline or not working for short or long periods of time.
By inserting data inside the input field, you're forced to select one of the dictionary suggestions. You can't enter random company name or tokens or codes.
You can choose a suggestion by clicking on it from the dropdown or by accepting the first suggestion you'll see behind the text you're inserting with "Enter" or "Right Arrow"
You can insert a single company name and the dictionary will give you back that company codes.
By inserting the codes (one or more) you will have in output every single code entered and all its relative ones present in the ictionary. For example, by inserting a NACE code, the relative NAICS, SIC, HS and Matchplat Code will be displayed if present.
It is possible to insert single words like "wood" or more consecutive words like "wood furniture" to have in output all the codes that contain all the words inserted. In the event that even just one word entered is not present in any code, together with the others, then there will be no results.
You can search tokens or codes but not tokens and codes together.
For tokens and codes a selection box will appear in the home page right side of the screen when you start to add codes or tokens from the input field. Inside of that you'll see all the codes or tokens you added to your "search list".
By clicking the "Search listed" button, a new search will be made with all the data in your "Selection Box".
By clicking on the note icon near the code itself, this will be saved inside your notes for future reference.
Most codes in the result page are clickable, and by clicking on them a new search with that code will be executed. For example by clicking a NAICS relative to the NACE you inserted in input, you can start a new search with that NAICS as input. These kind of results are inside the Selectable boxes, if they're present.
Correction for links (token, code, home)
project. You can select a project to save your code in, a new one or an already created one.
saveicon or the code number itself.
This release does not impact the use of the application and changes almost nothing on the interface.
With this release we have introduced new technologies, more modern and in line with today's standards.
We have modified the graph at the Back End level and the front-end code to use the new requests.
Managing states in front-end in progress (less loading time and a more overall enjoyable navigation).
There is now a general project overview page that contains a preview of your exploration and its iterations. On this page there is a guided "tutorial" that specifies to each user what to do within his project, prompting him to carry out actions such as: create groups; add notes; study the charts.
This release collects a very large number of changes on both the front-end and the back-end.
It introduces numerous features and almost completely changes the code previously used in Explore.
Major changes to the entire project file and folder structure in the front-end.
Changes to the whole UI to align it with new requests.
Modification of the structure of the internal states of the project, with a complete rewrite of all the data logics and graphQl calls for the whole project.
GraphQl moved from .net to node with storage migration on Elasticsearch.
The Matchy engine rewritten in .net with scalable and horizontal architecture.
RabbitMQ (for exchanging messages between back-end services) and Docker Swarm were also introduced.
The placeholder structure of the People feature has been added.
This means that at the moment it is possible to view the new feature but with placeholder data that does not reflect what will be seen in the release phase.
People is present within the company modal:
View the staff of a company; save an employee as a favorite or hide him; view favorite or hidden employees.
Check all the favourite people in your project; manage the favourites
Front-end NACE codes will always be shown with a "." after the second digit, with the standard structure "xx.xx".
It is not possible anymore to insert NACE like "xxxx" but only like "xx.xx" in the new creation form.
It is possible to import only NAICS and NACE
By inserting filters in the table (company name, city), the respective column labels are colored with the secondary color.
It is thus easier to notice that there is an active filter.
Inverted the eye icons to hide or show. Now the action of hiding or show a company or a person is more clear.
Lowered the number of calls to Back End in companies list
Release 1.5 contains numerous changes in both layout and functionality. We have grouped in it a series of requests from different Matchplat departments.
The loadings within the application have been modified to reflect the most modern interface standards.
We have replaced the classic Spinners with animated structures that replace components not yet on screen. We're currently reworking all the Back End of the Application, and soon we will also make changes to the loading times.
The dropdown are now managed with clicks. It is no longer possible to lose your selections by exiting the area.
In addition, some modals have been enlarged and in the Download modal more space has been given to the user to select the options while not covering all the modal space. Enrich, Connect and Download dropdowns now close automatically when an option is selected.
The word "project" has been replaced with "exploration" within the app. There is more consistency with the nomenclature between the various pages.
The application now makes use of Typescript.
We have replaced all .jsx and .js code in the application with .tsx and .ts code.
Using Typescript it is now easier to handle errors during development, exchange information on component behavior and create standards.
Crono framework has finally passed the development phase and is now in use for the development of all new Matchplat platforms.
The Framework uses widely used technologies such as:
Webpack and is developed starting from
create-react-app and documented with
Styleguidist (an exceptional tool to document React components).
To access its components you need to be enabled to download the NPM package with Matchplat access.
We have finally completed the documentation process of our current products!
This site will be our point of reference for any future event, so you will always be informed about all the news for developers.
The Matchplat community of developers was born today!
Good luck and good work!