Catalogue service and tagging enhanced

We have released a new enhancement that improves the tagging of the ViSH resources and the catalogue service as well.
Now its possible to search/filter by tags in a non-case-sensitive way and taking into account internationalization.

The catalogue service of ViSH can work now using the enhanced ‘matchtag’ mode.
The wiki has been updated with instructions to set up the catalogue to work in this mode: .

Workshops: new educational resources for ViSH!

We are happy to announce that the first version of the Workshops ( has been finished and deployed at

A live example of a Workshop can be seen here: .

This new educational resource allows to design full learning experiences using other ViSH resources such as interactive presentations, videos and so on.

New enhancements will come with future ViSH releases.

EducaInternet: a new ViSH instance

We are happy to announce that EducaInternet, a new ViSH instance, has been released.

This new ViSH instance is a platform focused on providing content for the proper training of teachers and students on the topic of Internet security.

The website can be accessed at . It’s free for everyone to register and enter in the community.

The fork of the original repository is here: .

ViSH works now with Ruby 2.0

The latest version of ViSH works now with Ruby 2.0.
Besides, other several performance enhancements have been made: javascript and HTML refactoring, controllers refactoring, bottleneck analysis and fixes, etc.
ViSH performance has been improved by more than 20%.

This is a first step to migrate to Ruby on Rails 4.0 in the future.

ViSH 1.1 milestone

The ViSH 1.1 milestone has been published at .

These are the main features that will come with ViSH 1.1:

  • Ruby 2.0
  • Plugins integration in a Rails 4 compatible way
  • Performance enhancements:
    > JavaScript and views refactoring
    > Controllers refactoring
  • Workshops (final version)
  • Category improvements
  • API for Web Applications
  • Browser native reader for PDF documents
  • More customization features for ViSH instances
  • New RoR tests

Stay tuned!