Appwrite: Version 0.4 of the Backend server published

Alex Alex 16 December 2019
Appwrite: Version 0.4 of the Backend server published

Appwrite 0.4 has been released. The latest Version of the Backend server for Mobile - and Web-developer contains, in addition to Bug Fixes also some new Features, Security Updates, and two Breaking Changes.

Appwrite 0.4 is here. The fourth Version of the Backend server includes eight bug fixes, ten new Features and a three Security Patches. With the Release, the developers met their given target, to release a Version per month.

What Appwrite? is

The Open Source Backend Server Appwrite was designed with the aim to speed up the programming of Apps for Mobile and Web developers. This Appwrite simplifies common Tasks, such as behind Rest APIs. Currently, the Server only as a self-hosted service is available and can be installed via Docker. For the joint Work on an App a Team function is available, the access and permissions for documents and data can be distributed.

in addition, Appwrite contains a variety of APIs, as well as the possibility of Webhooks to add.

Appwrite 0.4 – this is new

In the now published the fourth Version was updated PHP to Version 7.3.12, along with the Fix for the PHP-FPM Security Patches. Also updated ClamAV (on v1.0.7.) and MariaDB (on v1.0.1.). As a new feature is the Support for custom SSL has certificates implemented, for which the Proxy Server must be set up. The Update also contains two Breaking Changes. The OAuth Path has been changed to /auth/oauth, the appropriate Callback to /auth/login/oauth/callback. The attribute size compressed is now specified with size actual, in order to clarify the logic of the server.

On the Docker page was reduced to the Docker Core Image to 127 MB. Also to be ensured by the use of native Docker volume is a better Cross-platform Support. In addition,is, ml, th, fo, ph and pn of five new Locales./p>

All the information about the new Version and Appwrite generally to GitHub and dev.to.

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Source: entwickler.de

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