We are excited to announce the general availability of CommandBox 3.7.0. This is another minor release for CommandBox, but comes packed with some major new features. If you want a more comprehensive overview of what's been added, read through this post where we put out our call for release candidate testing. Here's a high level overview of what's gone into this latest release.
We've got a new release candidate of CommandBox ready for you to test that's just teeming with new features!
CommandBox 3.7.0-rc is available now for a final round of testing before its final release. There been 51 tickets completed in the last 3 months that bring enhancements to the CLI, TestBox integration, web servers, package management, plus some new stuff called Task Runners!
Today we are very excited to bring you ContentBox version 3.6.0!
This release is all about improvements to the core, localization and internationalization for sites, many bug fixes, UI improvements and updates to our containerization strategy!
Ohh happy day, today we get a minor release in [ForgeBox.io](https://www.forgebox.io) and our first blog post announcement about ForgeBox releases!
As the product matures and we continue to pipe in new functionality, be expectant of blog posts relating the new functionality in ForgeBox. Most of the issues in this release are cosmetic and improving existing functionality. Enjoy!
We are excited to announce the release of TestBox version 2.5.0. To install just do:
box install testbox --savedev
To upgrade your current testbox installation just run the following:
box uninstall testbox && install testbox --savedev
TestBox 2.5.0 is a minor release with some great new functionality and tons of fixes. You can find the release notes here and the major updates for this release. One of the biggest features for TestBox that was not part of TestBox, was the addition of TestBox Watchers to CommandBox.
We are pleased to announce the release of the official ContentBox Docker image. As with the CommandBox image, the
[major].[minor].[patch] versioning mirrors the upstream product version, so it's easy to pull deploy a specific version, should your application require it.