Changelog

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General fixes

February 27th, 2024 | Minor

This release addressed issues affecting Client Sharing pull requests and merge requests, the GitHub Enterprise upgrade banner, and the [count] placeholder.

Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue preventing Client Sharing pull requests and merge requests.
  • Fixed an issue affecting the GitHub Enterprise upgrade banner.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the [count] placeholder from working correctly in Create Paths.

General fixes

February 23rd, 2024 | Minor

This release addressed issues affecting incorrectly hidden inputs and the Upgrade modal.

Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where CloudCannon would incorrectly hide root inputs inside structures if a schema was attached to a file.
  • Fixed an issue where the Upgrade modal did not close after selecting a new pricing plan.

Site Activity tab update

February 21st, 2024 | Minor

This release updated the appearance and functionality of the Site Activity tab. This tab now lists more types of site activity, including information about changes from external sources, branch settings, and sync or output errors. The tab will also refresh with each sync or Site Settings update.

This release also made minor copy changes in the app, allowed users to sync files while an editing session was open, and adding name and email configuration for Client Sharing.

This release addressed issues affecting Site Mounting, the Cloudflare icon, domain releases, DAMs, and the Sync files button.

Features & Improvements:

  • Released an appearance update for the Site Activity tab. The Site Activity tab now shows:
    • Authors and commit messages for changes from an external source (i.e., git provider).
    • Changes to Branch and Publish Branch settings.
    • When a Sync or Output Error occurs.
    • More events regarding updates to Site Settings.
  • The Site Activity tab will now refresh with each sync or Site Settings update.
  • Minor copy improvements in the app.
  • Users can now sync files while an editing session is open.
  • Users can now configure a name and email for Client Sharing. These are used to identify the author of commits to your git repository.
  • Users can now use the keyboard to show or hide their password, improving accessibility.

Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue preventing Standard Plan users from adding multiple Site Mountings.
  • Fixed an issue where the Cloudflare icon was not visible on a white background.
  • Fixed an issue where CloudCannon would not redirect users away from the Domain page after they released a domain.
  • Fixed an issue preventing users from setting a DAM as the main source.
  • Fixed an issue causing the Sync files button on the Site dashboard to fail in the event of an error.
  • Fixed an issue preventing the Schema option hide_extra_inputs from working.
  • Fixed an issue allowing URL encoding to bypass Auth Routes.
  • Fixed an an issue preventing /.well-known/ URLs being served.

General fixes

February 16th, 2024 | Minor

This release addressed issues affecting preview screenshots and patched security vulnerabilities.

Fixes:

  • CloudCannon has updated how we store preview screenshots for your sites.
    • Users may notice that preview screenshots for cards in the app are temporarily unavailable. Screenshots will appear again after the site is rebuilt.
  • Fixed an issue where preview screenshots would fail for pages with no trailing slash or an extensionless URL.
  • Updated dependencies to patch security vulnerabilities.

Accessibility updates

February 15th, 2024 | Minor

This release improved accessibility in the CloudCannon app by updating the shade of red used in the terminal and adding keyboard accessibility for various buttons. The CloudCannon UI now updates for all users when a user edits the organization branding, site details, or flags.

It also addressed incorrect copy in the upstream changes tooltip, extra prefixes preventing filename clash detection when uploading to a DAM, issues with structure configuration, and patched security vulnerabilities.

Features & Improvements:

  • Updated the shade of red used in the CloudCannon terminal to pass Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) criteria at AAA level.
  • Improved keyboard accessibility for various buttons in the app.
  • App notifications and changes to site setup status are now announced to screen readers as they happen.
  • CloudCannon now updates the site UI for all users when a user changes the organization branding, site details, or site flags (i.e., Editing locked or Beta Editing sessions flag).

Fixes:

  • Fixed the tooltip copy regarding upstream changes on the Publish button in your Site navigation.
  • CloudCannon now respects extra prefixes when checking for clashing filenames while uploading to a DAM.
  • Fixed an issue where, when adding an item to an array or object input, CloudCannon would select the first matching structure rather than the best match.
  • When configuring structures, the preview.text and preview.icon keys now fall back to label and icon.
  • Updated dependencies to patch security vulnerabilities.

AWS CLI commands pre-installed in the build environment

February 14th, 2024 | Minor

This release updated the CloudCannon build environment. AWS CLI commands and CloudCannon Reader are now pre-installed in the build environment.

Features & Improvements:

  • CloudCannon now has AWS CLI commands pre-installed in the build environment. Users that use build hooks can now access AWS resources during their builds.
  • CloudCannon/reader@latest is now pre-installed in the build environment to improve performance.

CloudCannon Open Beta

February 8th, 2024 | Major

Our new Editing Beta is now available to everyone!

The Open Beta introduces a brand new way to edit your files in CloudCannon, creating a collaborative experience where multiple users can create content together. We've improved how our editing interfaces look and function, and how you review your team's changes before saving. We’ve also introduced avatars to various places within the app, so you can see who is editing what, in real time.

We’d like to invite everyone to test our new upgrades before the full launch. Taking part in this Beta is a great chance to let us know what’s working, and what could be improved for you and your team before we launch.

For a full list of features, check out our Beta Changelog.

Enter the Open Beta

To enter the Open Beta, click on the Try the Editor Beta button in the CloudCannon sidebar, or click on your avatar and select Enter CloudCannon Beta from the Account Menu.

To return to the Main CloudCannon environment, click the Using Editor Beta button in the CloudCannon sidebar, or click on your avatar and select Exit CloudCannon Beta in the Account Menu.

The CloudCannon sidebar shows the Try the Editor Beta button.

Enable Beta for your site

To protect your files during this Beta period, you cannot edit your site in the Main and Beta environments simultaneously. To edit this site on the CloudCannon Beta, you must enable editing sessions. This will also prevent you from editing this site outside of the CloudCannon Beta.

To enable editing in Beta for each site, open any file and click Enable CloudCannon Beta in the banner at the bottom of the app. Click again in the Enable editing sessions modal to confirm.

You can revert this option by navigating to Flags, under Site Settings, and unselecting the checkbox for Editing sessions.

Any sites created in the Beta environment will automatically have the editing sessions flag enabled.

The banner at the bottom of the CloudCannon app shows the Enable editing sessions button.

Feedback

If you have any questions or feedback regarding this Beta release, we’d love to hear from you.

Alternatively, you can always contact our support team.

Credit card expiry date fix

February 5th, 2024 | Minor

Credit cards with an automatically updated expiry date will now work as expected.

Fixes:

  • Credit cards with an automatically updated expiry date now work.
  • General bug fixes and security updates.

Select and copy text in read-only inputs

February 1st, 2024 | Minor

This release added notifications when someone unsubscribes from an inbox target, updated the sign-up link for individuals invited through SSO, separate billing names for invoices, and selecting read-only text

It also addressed several issues affecting pull requests and tab navigation in the Data Editor and updated CloudCannon's dependencies.

Features:

  • Account owners are now notified by email when someone unsubscribes from an inbox target.
  • When you invite someone to an organization using SSO, CloudCannon now sends them an email link to the SSO sign-up page rather than the standard sign-up page.
  • You can now use a different billing name on your invoice independent of your organization name.
  • You can now select and copy text in read-only inputs.

Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where pull requests with no title would cause a 500 error.
  • Fixed an issue where inputs with the same key name could break tab navigation in the Data Editor.
  • Updated dependencies to patch security vulnerabilities.

Fixed GitLab merge requests

December 20th, 2023 | Minor

This release addressed an issue affecting GitLab merge requests and updated CloudCannon's dependencies.

Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where GitLab merge requests could not be merged through CloudCannon.
  • Updated dependencies to patch security vulnerabilities.

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