SkyUX releases 1.15.0 - 1.15.2 and SkyUX 2 releases 2.0.0-beta.23 – 2.0.0-beta.29

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SKY UX releases 1.13.10 - 1.14.0 and SKY UX 2 releases 2.0.0-beta.16 – 2.0.0-beta.22

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SkyUX releases 1.13.6 - 1.13.9 and SkyUX 2 releases 2.0.0-beta.10 – 2.0.0-beta.15

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Blackbaud's SkyUX Sketch UI kit is now available.

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SkyUX releases 1.13.2 - 1.13.5 and SkyUX 2 releases 2.0.0-beta.5 – 2.0.0-beta.9

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.13.0 - 1.13.1 and SkyUX 2 versions 2.0.0-beta.0 - 2.0.0-beta.4

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.10.2-1.12.0

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.9.0 - 1.10.1

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.7.6 - 1.8.0

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.7.2 - 1.7.5

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.6.9 - 1.7.1

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.6.5 - 1.6.8

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.6.1 - 1.6.4

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.5.20 - 1.6.0

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Design-oriented updates in SkyUX versions 1.5.14 - 1.5.19

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Design-oriented updates in SKY UX versions 1.5.10 - 1.5.13

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Design-oriented updates in SKY UX versions 1.5.0 - 1.5.9

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Building SKY UX

As the SKY UX codebase is now officially Open Source and in a public GitHub repository, I wanted to walk through what a typical contribution and release look like.

This is meant to be a fairly high-level overview. The example workflow shown on the Travis CI homepage is almost identical to our implementation, aside from the deployment endpoint used. It still makes for a nice visual representation of our processes.

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There are many advantages to hosting static resources on a CDN. However, nothing's perfect, and CDNs can and do become unavailable leaving the need to employ a fallback strategy when loading any static assets from a CDN. This article provides guidance on how to use the Fallback JS library to load Sky UX via a CDN and from a local version if the CDN fails.

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Welcome to the blog portion of the Sky portal. Here the members of the Sky team will publish information about the future of the product, share with you details about our process, and anything else that doesn't fit into one of our other documentation buckets.