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Corteza Server

  • Refactored how application (server, cli tools) is started to allow more modular service initialization

  • Improved security when using Corteza CLI

  • Improved input handling when managing settings from CLI

  • Improved automation script triggering with eventbus package

  • Improved scheduled & deferred automation with scheduler package

  • Upgraded all internal automation logic

  • Added code generator for events

  • Implemented event triggering (through eventbus) on, before and after all core points (resource creation, update, delete, login etc)

  • More robust automation script triggering through REST API endpoints

  • Cleanup, refactor application options

  • Added tools that allow exporting of old automation scripts

  • Added ability to serve frontend code bundles

  • Routed sink & mail events via new eventbus

  • Added client/server certificates for gRPC (experimental)

  • Allowed automation scripts to return full response objects (body, headers) on sink requests

  • Supported bulk record removal

  • Used cortezaproject/corteza-ext instead of cortezaproject/corteza-config for initial provisioning

  • Full implementation of record value sanitization and filtering for all field types

  • Enabled (previously experimental) private data (user’s email & name) masking

  • Record exporting now includes system fields

  • Improve stability (db, concurrent processes)

  • Better support for timezones

  • Action (audit) log

  • Support signature-in-path for sink endpoint

  • Upgrade to go 1.14

  1. Denis Arh

  2. Tomaž Jerman

Corteza Corredor Automation Server

  • Ported to TypeScript

  • Added ability to bundle (via webpack) frontend scripts on the fly

  • Scripts (code) is no longer transferd over the wire but stored on filesystem accessible by Corteza

  • Restructured scripts (wraped in a method) to allow (unit) testing

  • Added ability to install dependencies (through yarn) on the fly

  • Improved ability to capture log output from scripts

  • Added ability to load (3rd party) scripts as extensions and overload them if needed

  • Improved input/output data encode/decode procedures

  1. Denis Arh

  2. Peter Grlica

  3. Tomaž Jerman

Corteza Web applications (clients)

General changes
  • Split corteza-webapp-common to corteza-vue and corteza-js and port most of the code to TypeScript

  • Various minor UI improvements on all frontend clients

  • Added support for new automation scripts on clients

  • Added support for UI hooks (placeholders for buttons, generated from manual automation scripts)

Low Code changes
  • Added ability to clone records

  • Refactored page blocks & module field components

  • Improved page grid rendering and UI

  • Improved client-side record value validation

  • Improved record-list block, add support for (multi) selection

  • Improve page-block selector on page builder

  • Mayor performance improvements (through Object.freeze)

  • Chart improvements, support for funnel and gauge types

  • More powerful record list block

  • Added Metric page block

  • Added record browser tool for admins

  1. Denis Arh

  2. Tomaž Jerman

  3. Jože Fortun

  4. Peter Grlica

  5. Mia Arh