We have a new version with a bunch of improvements, even though it’s a minor version number change. See below for more details.
The theme framework was overhauled which allowed us to make cosmetic improvements in all themes. Moreover, we added a new theme that looks completely different from any theme we had before.
Detail view tabs
Panels on the detail view now can be grouped by tabs.
The ability to add or remove values when doing mass-update. E.g. when you need to add a specific team to multiple records but don’t want to lose current teams.
Field types that now have multiple actions:
Saving while editing a field, switching to the next record, switching to edit mode, quick saving. See the full shortcut key list here.
- Detail view tabs #2379
- Bottom panel tabs #2384
- Mass Update: Ability to add/remove items #2310
- Import: Errors panel #2372
- Email: Custom fields support #2366
- Separate view for stream note records #2398
- Varchar/Multi-enum/Array fields: Pattern parameter to check a value against #2360
- Command renaming custom entity type #2318
- Shortcut keys #2393
- Theme improvements #2386
- New Glass theme #2392
- Activities panel: Create icon buttons #2399
- Ability to select multiple records on the list view by holding the shift key #2410
- Ability to reset custom sorting #2376
- Layout manager: Ability to hide a label in the list column header #2359
- Layout manager: Ability to specify list column width in pixels #2358
- Stream: Ability to customize Attachments and Post fields #2357
- Server-side validation for uploaded file extensions #2356
- No need for webserver access to node_modules in developer mode #2352
- Uploading files in chunks #2329
- Ability to define custom dropdown actions for quick view modal in metadata #2353
Possible compatibility issues
Fields that are set as read-only (field parameter, not dynamic logic) will be ignored in POST and PUT requests. Example: When sending a PUT request to update a read-only field, it won’t update anymore.
If you are sending an enum value that is not one of the available options, it will cause a validation error. Example: Sending a status ‘Success’ when available values are ‘Planned’, ‘Held’, ‘Not Held’. Example: Sending a value
null when the empty value is not in the list of available options.
Omitting an enum field value in a POST request when the field does not have a default value will cause a validation error.