Minor release

v2.36.0 - Icons on menu items, format_using and update_using hooks

After many years and many systems built with Rails, I've seen the pattern where many of the same parts are built over and over again. I eventually began to wonder: Is there something like a “Ruby on Rails … on Rails”? That's what Avo is to me! It's Rails on Rails! I love being able bring tools and capabilities online for my clients without spending time on the things that are ALWAYS THE SAME. Avo is really well done. The ROI on the Pro license has been immediate, sizable, and continuous. It's a no-brainer.
James Garvin
James Garvin
Software Engineer
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Hey everyone,

We have two cool features to show you today, so let's get into it 💪

🎸 Features

🐛 Bug Fixes

  • stored_as for location field broken
  • hide tags field on community license
  • menu icons on community license

💡 Refactor

  • refactor: stop checking the license if in test env

Brigthon Ruby

Brighton Ruby was awesome. It's such a nice place to meet online friends and make new ones. I wrote a few words on what went on.

Working towards an Avo 3 Public Beta

We're working on setting up the new website for the Avo 3 beta so you can start trying out the public beta of Avo 3.

No other big news this week other than we're working hard on Avo 3...

That's it for today.
Thanks for being awesome!

Adrian and Paul
Release notes: https://avohq.io/releases/2.36
Release video: https://youtu.be/rw9sLVRxGWo
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