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Release Notes

Complete with listed feature changes and additions along with short notes from additional packages submitted by the Hubzero Development Team monthly. See the complete work of the Hubzero Development Team on Github.

Hub Users

The User Guide is a user manual for a Hub. It progresses step-by-step through the features of the site and how a user can accomplish such tasks as:

Hub Managers

The Managers' Guide is a user manual for managing the web content and functionality of a Hub. It progresses step-by-step through various common tasks and familiarizes the manager with the administrative back-end interface. Managers will learn how to accomplish tasks such as:

Web Developers

Written in a book format, the Web Developers Guide contains the information a Hub developer needs to not only understand and use HUBzero components but build extensions for a HUBzero installation. Developers will learn how to use common objects, available code libraries and utilities, and distinguish between and develop the following kinds of extensions:

Tool Developers

Learn how to create simulation and modeling tools and publish them on a Hub. Sections include:

System Administrators (Debian)

The Setup and Maintenance Guide details hardware and software requirements, how to bring up a new HUB, upgrade system software, etc.

System Administrators (RedHat)

RHEL 6 install instructions

Security Considerations

Security maintenance is important for the longevity of a Hub. This manual will discuss security suggestions our experts believe recommended reads are:

Windows Tools

The windows tool functionality on a Hub is not quite as comprehensive as the linux tool side, but we felt even limited Windows based tool support was a critical feature our team needed to add to meet our users' growing needs.

HUBzero utilizes Amazon's AppStream service to allow a Hub to offer windows based tools to its users. AppStream based Windows tools look and behave just like ordinary Windows applications, but they require a much different setup process than their Linux based X11 counterparts on a Hub.

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