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Release Notes – Mar 20th, 2018

New Features

  • We introduced a new tier called Dropsource Enterprise, which is an account level plan with 10 bundled projects, project versioning, enterprise deployment options, individual support and training sessions, as well as a dedicated customer success specialist. To learn more about Dropsource Enterprise check out our website.
  • Project versioning allows users to manage multiple versions of an app within the same project. Versioning provides the ability for developers to manage an app in production while working on future releases or experimenting with new features. This feature is currently only available in Dropsource Enterprise.
  • We’ve added a beta testing service deployment option allowing users to deploy their app to TestFlight, Google Play Beta Testing, Crashlytics, and more. This feature is currently only available in Dropsource Enterprise.
  • We’ve added a distribution service deployment option allowing users to deploy their app to MDMs, private enterprise app stores, self-hosted web pages, and more. This feature is currently only available in Dropsource Enterprise.

Improvements

  • Updated design of the project list.
  • Updated design of the deployment options modal.

Bug Fixes

  • When a user attempts to download source code and the request fails, an error message will now appear instead getting stuck in a loading state.
  • When a user attempts to edit their name on the account page the modal will no longer get stuck in a loading state.
  • When a user declares global parameters in an API, but then duplicated those parameters on a specific endpoint,  only one of the parameters will be selected.
  • Users can now define a Swagger which declares nearly-duplicate properties on a data model without causing an app to fail to compile.
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