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Release Notes August 30th 2019

Web Engine

  • Added Support for WOFF and WOFF2 Extension in endpoints

  • Increased Rendering Speed by 50% overall, some endpoints more.


  • Overall Rendering Performance upgrades

  • {{site.hash}} added to make wiki edit links for internal projects

    (e.g. {{site.hash}}.manage.zesty.io/#!/content/{{this.set_zuid}}/{{this.zuid}}

Instances API

Accounts API

  • Ecosystems Endpoints

Atom Developer Plugin

The ATOM developer plugin grants developers the ability to work on files locally in their own development environment. Some developer use this to enable Git and Circle CI workflows around their Zesty.io projects. You can learn more about the ATOM plugin here: https://atom.io/packages/zestyio-atom

  • Endpoint and Snippet file creation

  • Endpoint, Snippet, and View file saving

  • Quick link to web engine urls for custom endpoints like JSON, xml files etc.

  • Support for directories locally to map to custom endpoints, like myweb.com/my/custom/file.json is represented by a folder structure locally /view/my/custom/ with a file named file.json in it

  • Better exposure of error codes / reasons should a save fail (for example when saving a less file with syntax errors that will not compile in the cloud successfully)

  • Links to edit content schema

  • Fixed Bug when compiling files externally, the compiled file would get bad data

  • Added audit trail logs to file context when editing

Manager User Interface

  • Overall Design System update to optimize button and input sizes on smaller screens

  • Schema Update Release

  • Settings Moved into their own tab

  • Fixed to quick jump links between schema, content, and code editor

  • Visual Sitemap tool updated to be read only with new Schema release, will return with the release of extensions.zesty.io

  • DateTime UI Bug

Accounts User Interface

  • Design update to use Zesty.io’s React Based Design System

  • User Role bug resolved

By Randy Apuzzo

Randy has had a penchant for computer programming from an early age and started applying his skills to build business software in 2004. Randy's stack of skills range from programming, system architecture, business know-how, to typographic design; which lends to a truly customer-centric and business effective software design. He leads the Zesty.io team as CEO.

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