Minor release

v2.2.0 - Allow via detaching and hide record selector

Our first community curator has had such a seamless experience working with the Avo backend that we're pushing the project beyond the one catalogue we were initially creating, to making this a platform for other communities to benefit from as well.
John Bannister
John Bannister
Rails developer, Exlibris RPG
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Hey there friends @here,

New week, new release. This time with a video talking about what we released.

  1. Allow detaching via the association. By default, when you visit a record through an association that belongs_to field is disabled. There might be cases where you'd like that field not to be disabled and allow your users to change that association. Docs

  2. Hide the record selector checkbox – You might not need the selector checkbox on your table. Now you can hide it. Docs

  3. Cosmetic tweaks around the profile component and resource description.

  4. Added support for namespaced models. You can now use self.model_class = Some::User on your resource.

  5. Fix broken action buttons on Safari

  6. Improved the development experience a bit by watching and reloading the initializer file in your development env and the whole lib directory when doing development on Avo

Full release notes

Thank you, @yorch and @MrJoy, for your contributions this week!

Next to ship are the Resource cards, which didn't get all the attention they needed to release this week, but we think you're going to love them.

We've got quite a few tickets to fix issues and some new feature requests, so the sidebar editor will be delayed a bit.

We love getting feedback and spitballing ideas, so please get in touch with us if you want to chat.



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Avo v3.1.0 released 2 days ago.