DeltaXML announced the release of Version 14 of XML Compare, which now includes table comparison improvements to HTML tables. This new version features a major update to the way HTML tables are handled when comparing tables and reporting differences as well as new capabilities to ensure you get the best results when processing tables.
New HTML table capabilities include both ordered and ‘orderless’ columns. By default, column order is significant so if column order changes, that is flagged up in the results. But if column order doesn’t matter, you can now figure the comparison to ignore column order and it will align them differently in the result. Another new feature is Column Keying allowing you to control the way in which columns are aligned.
Improvements include the way changes to spans are handled enabling finer-grained results for cells and rows and improved display and understanding. When a column moves, is added or deleted, improvements to Column Alignment provides a new result which makes more sense and is immediately apparent to the viewer and easier to understand.
These xHTML table enhancements are now in the process of being rolled out to DeltaXML’s DITA Compare and DocBook Compare products.
Databricks announced the launch of Databricks Model Serving to provide simplified production machine learning (ML) natively within the Databricks Lakehouse Platform. Model Serving removes the complexity of building and maintaining complicated infrastructure for intelligent applications. Organizations can leverage the Databricks Lakehouse Platform to integrate real-time machine learning systems across their business, from personalized recommendations to customer service chatbots, without the need to configure and manage the underlying infrastructure. Deep integration within the Lakehouse Platform offers data and model lineage, governance and monitoring throughout the ML lifecycle, from experimentation to training to production. Databricks Model Serving is now generally available on AWS and Azure. Capabilities, include:
- Feature Store: Provides automated online lookups to prevent online/offline skew. Define features once during model training, and Databricks will automatically retrieve and join the relevant features in the future.
- MLflow Integration: Natively connects to MLflow Model Registry, enabling easy deployment of models. After providing the underlying model, Databricks will automatically prepare a production-ready container for model deployment.
- Unified Data Governance: Manage and govern all data and ML assets with Unity Catalog, including those consumed and produced by model serving.
Lucid Software, a provider of visual collaboration software, announced the rollout of 15 new integrations with software providers across the Lucid Visual Collaboration Suite. These integrations can be found at Lucid’s newly launched marketplace.
Lucid’s latest integrations add to the utility of the Lucid Visual Collaboration ecosystem, which allows teams to communicate complex ideas and align at every stage of their workflow, from brainstorming to execution. Through its library of integrations, Lucid streamlines processes and workflows within a company’s tech stack and creates a foundation for effective and efficient collaboration across all teams and departments.
New integrations include: Figma, Google Workspace (Google Sheets, Google Docs, Google Slides), Microsoft OneDrive, Asana, Jira Cloud, Microsoft SharePoint, Notion, Airtable, Asana, ClickUp, Monday.com, and Trello.
Lucid documents can be directly added to meeting invitations, so users are prepared and aligned on context.
Digital experience company Acquia announced new integrations for its digital asset management platform, Acquia DAM (formerly Widen Collective), to enable customers to create a more efficient, automated content supply chain. These new integrations give customers more control over brand consistency, extend the value of content and data created in other systems, and help marketers and content creators become more productive.
Acquia DAM supports their digital experience platform (DXP) by delivering a brand’s content across all its channels. A DAM enables content search and access within the DXP, provides on-the-fly content conversions and easy file resizing to better present content to customers, ensures that only approved and on-brand content is published, monitors content performance, and streamlines content reuse to help marketing teams move faster.
Acquia DAM is now able to integrate with: Airtable, Asana, Google Sheets, HubSpot, Monday.com, Optimizely, Shopify, Slack, Smartsheet, and Templafy.
Acquia offers nearly 60 integrations for Acquia DAM. In addition, customers can use the Acquia DAM API to build their own integration.