v2.13.0 - Customizable controls on the show page, scoped search for has_many
Hello everyone 👋
We've got two great features going out today and a few cool things we're working on next, so let's dive in.
Scoped search results in
has_manyassociations. Please beware of a breaking change documented in the upgrade guide. Paul created a script that will help you make the easy migration.
Fixed a bug with failed forms not being re-submittable
Fixed a bug where the heading could not be the first item in a resource
Fixed a bug with the sidebar default collapsed state
New documentation website
We updated our docs website to use the new vitepress version. Vitepress is the less-opinionated Vuepress alternative. Using it felt a little like using Avo with Rails. Many years of experience building the same thing condensed into a great package.
It's fast, looks great, and is plenty customizable.
The structure has been changed a bit, so some old links might have been lost, but it's all for the better. Each field and association has its page now, and the options available are better presented to you. In addition, the search is improved and powered by algolia.
I posted better docs on installation, getting started, and tweaked the copy all-around.
We love feedback, so we made a page just for docs here 💬.
As we open up Avo's native components, we're documenting the recommended ways to use them. Today I'd like to throw your attention to the
Avo::PanelComponent page, where we explain thoroughly how easy it is to create panels inside custom or resource tools.
Ricky shared an excellent way of doing CSV/XSL exports with Avo Actions.
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Good first issues
We've got 11 "Good first issue"s ready to be picked up by you when you want to digitally stretch your brain a bit.
It's the easiest way of getting your issue fixed or feature implemented with Avo.
We have a few things on our plate as we continue development:
- Custom path and message after creating update and delete 1139. That will make it easier for you to control what happens after destructive actions to your records.
- Expose native field components to the public 1138. That will enable you to create custom UIs much easier using the same DSL methods. I am very excited about the power this feature will unleash ⚡️
- Branding 1133. Using a light customization layer, you'll be able to change the logos and colors throughout Avo.
- Resource cards 791 are still on the table, but I just didn't have the time to finish the PR.
- We'll improve our licenses page a bit to provide more information and the ability to change the URLs for your licenses. Until now, we haven't enforced the one URL per license rule, but we'll start doing it in the following weeks, so this refactor to the admin panel will be much appreciated.
We've been pretty busy these past weeks, and by the looks of it, we'll be busier going forward. But, I love how the community is growing and how Avo is evolving to be more and more extendable.
Please share Avo with your peers if it helped you and share your feedback.
Thank you for being awesome!
Adrian and Paul