Viewing Documents In Quin-C

The topic of viewing documents in Quin-C is the new bane of my existence. But not because Quin-C does it poorly, actually the problem is more because Quin-C does it so well. How can that be a problem you ask? Well the problem is people quickly get lulled into forgetting that there are fundamental limitations to viewing documents in a web browser. Then when they run into these limitations, it seems almost impossible to explain the various intricacies of web viewing and trade-offs available to users. It is exactly because of these intricacies that I am writing this blog. It is my hope that this can serve as a reference to Quin-C administrators so that they can tune the system to produce the best possible viewing experience for themselves and their users. So without further ado let me take you through both topic of document viewing in the web as well as how Quin-C’s viewer works.

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tleehealey | Sunday 12 August 2018 - 04:00 am | | Default | No comments
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Quin-C Architecture

Currently the most common request I get is to explain Quin-C’s architecture. I have been asked it enough times that I figured it merited a blog entry of its own, so here goes.

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tleehealey | Tuesday 19 June 2018 - 6:53 pm | | Default | No comments

Features & Bugs & Errors

Blog post like these are why I have my own website:). If you are like me you are tired of the lack of transparency in the software industry. Every product I have OEM’ed and half of the ones we have purchased for corporate use are riddled with hidden bugs that I just know the vendor knew about . Some times its is totally obvious they knew, sometimes, it isn’t but I have worked in this industry for too long to think everyone is as ignorant as they pretend to be. That is why I have added a new section to the support page of the website called the transparency tracker.

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tleehealey | Saturday 24 March 2018 - 4:32 pm | | Default | No comments
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