This release changes the SSL certificate authority used on origin hosting.
Automatic origin certs are now generating using ZeroSSL. Existing certs will change-over ten days before they expire. We’ve also made some minor visual changes to inputs, and included a fix for an issue with attaching SSL certificates.
This release is a continuation of our user interface update.
We’re really excited to release the updates to our app UI outlined in our blog post: Sparking joy: CloudCannon UI improvements. Along with the usual fixes we’ve also overhauled the settings area for Custom domains.
In an upcoming release, we will be adding support for
Node.js 16.x and making
Node.js 16.x and
npm 7.x the default versions. To stay on
Node.js 14.x you can add a
.nvmrc file to the site and run
nvm use (or simply run
nvm use 14) in the build hooks.
This release adds a few fixes to our build environment.
This release is a hot fix for any Jekyll sites using the custom destination configuration. The most recent release altered some functionality around this feature. Any sites impacted by this issue can be fixed by rebuilding.