Changelog

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  • This release brings significant performance improvements for live editing on the Visual Editor. We have also added resolution options for git conflicts, a cleanup job for old logs, and several general fixes.

    Features:

    • 2x faster live editing updates on the Visual Editor
    • Added options to resolve git conflicts on pull in Source Syncing settings
    • Added scheduled job to clean up old builds, syncs, and build deploys logs
    • Reduced divergent branch conflicts with merge commits

    Fixes:

    • Fixed syncing errors sending multiple email notifications
    • Fixed Visual Editor not loading when using custom CSS 
    • Fixed issue not saving changes to site publishing settings
    • Fixed issue with select box inputs getting cutoff within panels and models
    • Fixed race condition error when moving the same file multiple times
    • Fixed error when handling files with a name longer than 250 bytes
  • Editor and syncing fixes

    05 Aug 2022
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    Minor

    This release includes a number of follow up improvements and fixes from recent large releases. Thank you for reporting these issues and your patience while we resolved them. Contact support if you have any further issues or feedback.

    Fixes:

    • Fixed handling filenames that are over a certain length
    • Fixed a number of minor Javascript errors
  • Editor fixes

    04 Aug 2022
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    Minor

    This release includes a number of follow up improvements and fixes from recent large releases. Thank you for reporting these issues and your patience while we resolved them. Contact support if you have any further issues or feedback.

    Features:

    • Optimized application payload.

    Fixes:

    • Dates saved in YAML are now correctly persisted in configured timezone rather than UTC.
    • Jekyll publishing workflow no longer generate multiple saves.
    • Sequential saves no longer generate empty commits.
  • Editor Improvements

    03 Aug 2022
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    Major

    This release brings our series of editor improvements and features to everyone in CloudCannon. After weeks of Beta testing and ironing out a few bugs, we are excited to bring this new functionality to users. Our release from Beta also includes several new features and bug fixes:

    Features:

    • Ability to edit multiple files before saving  and triggering a build
    • New save button behavior
    • New review screen for unsaved changes
    • Edit immediately after saving changes, even while your build is in progress
    • Allowed editing of front matter on unpublished HTML files in the visual editor
    • New option new_preview_url to set your preview to another page’s output URL
    • Support for nested inputs in _inputs config (e.g. seo.title will select title within the seo object)
    • Search added to our documentation using Pagefind

    Fixes:

    • Fixed regression in syncing file permissions
    • Fixed syncing issue with large diffs
    • Fixed syncing issue with private submodules
    • Filenames are trimmed when files are created
    • Empty collections with schemas allow you to create new files
    • Fixed issues with the source editor saving invalid data/markup
    • Fixed issues with uploading after saving
    • Fixed issue where create routes used an incorrect file type
    • Fixed issue closing split editor after being prompted to discard changes
    • Fixed path issues around creating new files in the source editor with custom source paths
    • Fixed issue with generated pages not loading in the visual editor

    Beta Features:

    Some features on CloudCannon can be turned on by the support team. These are still in testing and are subject to change. Reach out to support if you want to try these new features.

    • Ability to write custom commit messages

    Need more time on the old version?

    If you, your team, or your clients need time to acclimate to the new saving flow and prefer to switch to the old way, we’ve added access to Legacy CloudCannon in your account settings menu.

  • Syncing improvements

    01 Aug 2022
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    Major

    This release drastically improves source syncing. CloudCannon can now recover from errors hit when pushing/pulling with external Git repositories.

    Features:

    • New option to swap connected branches without disconnecting and reconnecting repositories
    • External Git errors are recovered from and retried in subsequent syncs
    • Resolution options added to source syncing settings
      • Create new branch from commits on CloudCannon
      • Reset to origin
      • Reset to a different external branch
    • Backups include the .git folder allowing for faster recovery
    • New branch connection UI
    • Better source syncing and build deploy output logs

    Fixes:

    • Fixed button position for external repository site creation
    • Sync history updates on failed syncs

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