Keeping your Publication Server up-to-date is a breeze. In the event of any updates, users can easily download the latest version from the customer service page or receive updates via email. The process is straightforward, allowing you to stay current with the latest features and enhancements in just a few simple steps. Stay connected and make the most out of your flipbook creation experience with Visual Paradigm Online.
Visual Paradigm Online can let you create digital flipbook and slideshows from various sources, including create from scratch with Visual Paradigm Online editing environment, upload from PDF, PowerPoint, etc… By default the published flipbooks/slideshows are hosted in Visual Paradigm Online website. With Visual Paradigm Publication Server user can host the flipbook by themselves, with full control to the storage and security of their content. In this article you will learn how to host the flipbook/slideshows by yourselves.
By setup Publication Server as system service it will automatically starts when the machine boots. This avoid the Publication Server need to manually start by user before using it. In this article we will show you how to setup the Publication Server as Window system service.
By default Visual Paradigm Publication Server run with port 1999. You can modify this according to your needs. To change the default port number of Publication Server:
The Product Edition Manager for Visual Paradigm Suite (VP Suite) offers a choice to activate specific edition of the installed Visual Paradigm product(s). Changing product edition is particularly necessary when you want to test the functionalities supported by different editions of the installed product(s). This article discuss how to switch product edition by Product Edition Manager. Let’s see how we can switch product edition in Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Android Studio is the official IDE for the development of Android applications. It is based on JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA. To install Visual Paradigm Integration with your IntelliJ IDEA or Android Studio on Mac OS:
UserSpecific.options is a special file store configuration for override default behavior of the application. The configuration specify here are either override application behavior, or saving administrator’s effort on distribute some general configuration to users. Options are define in name=value pair with one option per line. This file is stored under VisualParadigm setting folder.
vplauncher.options is a special file store configuration for Visual Paradigm Desktop Application’s Java runtime. The configuration specify here are for alter the behavior of Visual Paradigm’s Java JVM. Options are define follow to Java’s convention with one option per line. This file is stored under VisualParadigm setting folder.
Starting from version 17.1 administrator can distribute pre-defined application configurations to Visual Paradigm Desktop Client via VP Server or VP Online.
As of Visual Paradigm version 17.0, you can create and share your own project templates with your team. This allows team members to easily create new projects that conform to your team’s standards. This article will guide you through the process of creating a project template for your team.