- Added the options to clone and copy a page block within a tabbed page block. The change was added to provide an easier way to clone and copy tabbed page blocks (
- Added a dropdown to select the number of items to be displayed per page in a list of resources. The change was added to provide the user with the option to select how many resources can be displayed per page (
- Changed the error message to be more verbose when user includes invalid or missing record input required values in a workflow function. The change was made to provide a clearer message on what and where the issue is (
- Fixed misconfigured tabs page block broke how the tabs block was shown (
- Fixed triggering of unsaved changes message after user adds an additional metric to generic chart and saves the chart (
- Fixed module field label and description shown on the same line when viewing a record on a public page (
- Fixed module fields hint and description toggled on for edit modes when updating field translations (
- Fixed adding of a new value when trying to edit an existing geometry value via map in a record (
View the full changelog.
How to install Corteza
You can follow the offline deployment instructions for a local development or demonstration instance of Corteza. If you want to set up a live deployment, check out the extensive online deployment instructions. If you have questions, you can engage with other community members on the Corteza forum.
How to upgrade your Corteza instance
To upgrade your instance to the latest version of Corteza, follow our Upgrade Guide.
About Planet Crust
Planet Crust is the creator of and driving force behind Corteza, a 100% open-source low-code rapid application development, business process management and integration platform for software vendors, system integrators and internal development teams. For more information or to try Corteza on the cloud, please visit www.planetcrust.com.
Corteza is a 100% open-source low-code rapid application development, business process management and integration platform for software vendors, system integrators and internal development teams. Corteza comes with an Apache 2.0 license, and all code is published and can be reviewed at https://github.com/cortezaproject. All Corteza code is contributed to the Commons Conservancy Software Foundation. To stay up-to-date on the project, follow @CortezaProject on Twitter.