# Migration guide from alpha.12.7 to alpha.13
Here are the major changes:
- Rename hook name
- New settings for content manager plugin
- Changelog: https://github.com/strapi/strapi/releases/tag/v3.0.0-alpha.13 (opens new window)
- GitHub diff: https://github.com/strapi/strapi/compare/v3.0.0-alpha.12.7...v3.0.0-alpha.13.0.1 (opens new window)
Feel free to join us on Slack (opens new window) and ask questions about the migration process.
# Getting started
alpha.13 globally on your computer. To do so run
npm install firstname.lastname@example.org -g.
When it's done, generate a new empty project
strapi new myNewProject (don't pay attention to the database configuration).
# Update node modules
Update the Strapi's dependencies version (move Strapi's dependencies to
3.0.0-alpha.13.0.1 version) of your project.
npm install email@example.com --save to update your strapi version.
# Update the Admin
If you performed updates in the Admin, you will have to manually migrate your changes.
Delete your old admin folder and replace it with the new one.
# Update the Plugins
If you did a custom update on one of the plugins, you will have to manually migrate your update.
Copy the fields and relations you had in your
/plugins/users-permissions/config/jwt.json file in the new one.
Then, delete your old
plugins folder and replace it with the new one.
# ⚠️ Update hook name
We update the name of the hook and the way we load them.
strapi-mongoose is now
strapi-hook-mongoose. This rename is needed for
As you can imagine, you also will have to update your hooks' dependencies in the
package.json of your application.
You also will have to update connectors of you database connections. Update in
./config/environments/**/database.json file the
That's all, you have now upgraded to Strapi