The library portal Primo is a so-called discovery and delivery system that is used in libraries across the world.
Primo combines the resources listed in the libraries' holdings database with datasets relating to externally hosted sources provided by institutional repositories and with the mega-index hosted by Ex Libris that contains metadata and full texts provided by various publishers and aggregators.
Libaries can modify Primo to a certain degree to suit their particular requirements.
The developer, Ex Libris, has made the new Primo interface more intuitive by concentrating all information concerning one publication on a single page. The new interface is barrier-free and adapts to mobile devices. Freie Universität Berlin will be using the new interface as of spring 2018.
Browser certification is based on industry usage statistics (W3C). The following table describes the certified browsers:
|Apple® Safari®||The new Primo UI is tested and certified with the most recent stable version of Safari® on Mac®.|
|Google Chrome™||The new Primo UI is tested and certified with the most recent stable version of Google Chrome.|
|Mozilla® Firefox®||The new Primo UI is tested and certified with the most recent stable version of Firefox®|
|Microsoft® Internet Explorer®||The new UI is tested and certified with the two most recent browser versions for Microsoft® Internet Explorer®: EDGE and IE 11.|