We're moving our developer docs to Github and a new site.
The migration is still in progress, so please contact us in #documentation-contrib on eZ Community Slack if you have any questions or feedback.
This space will not be updated from now on except for critical fixes.
For list of issues fixed in v1.4.0 see our issue tracker, below is a list of notable bugs/features/enhancements done in the release.
Content on the fly
It is now possible to create content on the fly, during the editing process. You no longer need to be in the View mode to create a new Content item. Instead you can do it from the Universal Discovery Widget, for example when embedding content in the Online Editor, or when choosing an image linked to a different Content item.
When logging in to the app you are now greeted with a Dashboard which you can use to quickly view and start editing the most important content. Content in the Dashboard is presented in three blocks:
All Content: Last Content items that have been modified.
My Drafts: All your current Content item drafts.
My Content: All Content items that you have modified.
Managing Content item versions
In the View mode you now have a new tab: Versions. It lists all versions of the current Content item, including archived and published versions, as well as drafts. You can view any version, edit an existing draft, delete versions or create a new draft from an existing version.
Full text search
Full text search is now available, accessible in the Universal Discovery Widget (in the Search tab), and in the discovery bar (on the left on the screen).
Added a Query controller which makes it easier to run a repository query and display the results in a template, with built-in "children" query controller you will no longer need to create own controllers whenever you need to simply list up children of a location.
In this release we are starting to share tools to help you use Docker with eZ Platform. What we share today has gone through several iterations to try to become as simple as possible. It uses plain Docker and Docker Compose to avoid having to learn anything specific with these tools, and it uses official docker images to take advantage of continued innovation by Docker Inc. and the ecosystem.