Quick 4.0.0 was released this past week and brought with it some welcome quality-of-life improvements, a handy new counts feature, improvements to error messages, and a bunch of squashed bugs. Although it is technically a major version change, most users will be able to upgrade with no changes to their code. Let's dive in to see what's new.
qb 8.0.0 was released this past week, and it brings with it a small handful of new features. While this is technically a major release, I don't expect anyone to actually have a breaking change. In fact, I expect this will save you time and headaches as it has for me.
We are so excited to bring you the release of Relax v4.1.0. Though the release version is minor, this version contains a number of enhancements to OpenAPI v3 support, including better formatting and display of the new-to-3.0
requestBody schema and properties. In addition the user experience has been greatly improved as the UI has been rewritten in VueJS and is now optimized for displaying large API documents with hundreds of routes and thousands of methods. Enjoy!
We are excited to bring you another release for cbSecurity v2.4. This update gives you access to our cross site request forgery module:
cbcsrf, which will enhance your securing abilities.
# Install install cbsecurity # Update update cbsecurity
This release adds the inclusion of the Cross...
We are incredibly excited to bring you a major version of our
cbcsrf module, so you can protect your ColdBox applications from cross-site request forgery vectors. This is a major overhaul of the module and it will also be part of the
cbSecurity module as well.
install cbcsrf update cbcsrf
Please note that if you are upgrading from the 1.x series, make sure you read the documentation as all method signatures have been updated.
We are excited to bring you another release for cbSecurity packed with security goodness: version 2.3.0. This version focuses on security contexts from ANY layer of a ColdBox application. It will also enhance your functional skills as well, as it introduces some nice semantics for securing your code.
# Install # install cbsecurity # Update update cbsecurity