January 25, 2018
Strapi firstname.lastname@example.org is available: admin deployment bug fix and permissions enhancements!
Alpha.7 was a big step, with the release of the Users & Permissions plugin.
You gave us great feedback about it and reported some issues. That's why email@example.com has been mostly dedicated to fixing bugs.
Deploying an app with the admin panel was complicated and almost impossible in most cases, which was quite annoying. We considered this problem as a priority and decided to entirely reviewed the admin build workflow. This issue has been fixed in firstname.lastname@example.org, so now you can deploy your APIs with confidence. We also took the advantage of these updates to let you host the admin front-end on a different server.
Last but not least, we fixed the issue concerning permissions management.
Looking forward to try this new version?
$ npm i strapi@alpha -g
$ strapi -v
It should print
Create your first project:
$ strapi new my-app
Start your server:
$ cd my-app $ strapi start
If you are already building an API using email@example.com, we recommend you to to migrate to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't worry, a fully detailed migration guide is available.
Some of you won a t-shirt during email@example.com release.
This time, it could be yours, so try to win one of the three available t-shirts by retweeting our latest tweet.
Three winners will be drawn among people having retweeted our latest tweet before the February 7th 12:00am Paris time.
firstname.lastname@example.org is in active development! It will mostly contain improvements on the Users & Permissions plugin. Currently login and registration only support email with password combination. In the upcoming version, you will be able to use authentication providers such as Twitter, Facebook and GitHub to identify users. Your app deserves to be customized: email templates content will be completely configurable.
Don't forget to share our latest tweet to win a t-shirt!
The Strapi Team