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This document lists the overlap in features between Staged, as implemented in Backstage, and Scripted mode for Exhibit 3.0. If a feature is not listed here, it will not carry over from Scripted to Staged. You may want to review differences between Exhibit 3.0 Scripted and Exhibit 2 as well.
Backstage implements the Tile View, though it will only show the first twenty items at a time. None of the controls (sorting fields, sort order, grouping) are available. A pagination feature is expected in the near future.
Backstage implements the List Facet, though any facet value with a count of one will be elided.
Backstage implements a subset of the lens language. Here is a list of the attributes Backstage will recognize:
The bulk of the expression language in Exhibit is mostly implemented in Backstage:
- Forward segments (
- Backward segments (
If you are not a developer, you'll need to wait for generated bookmarks to be fully implemented in the UI, which will be available when issue #32 is resolved.
Exhibit.Bookmark.generateBookmark() and copying out the result.
Backstage allows for subsets of the contents of its database to be grouped into collections, based on the following divisions:
- All items (default)
- Only items of one certain