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This week, we are pleased to announce the release of version 3.9. This update includes some minor modifications and additions to the API, as well as a raft of important additions and updates to the associated frontend code.
There will be an additional bunch of great frontend followup updates next week as well (but no backend updates). If you have questions about the current code deployment model of backend vs frontend, or any questions regarding deployment, please give us a shout at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to get you sorted out!
we have added a number of filters and refinements to the API endpoints and backend code, allowing faster and more effective retrieval of data. In the associated frontend code release, we now have a major expansion of user management tools, for addition and editing of users, as well as management tools for the new tagging vocabularies.
We also, along the way:
- corrected a bunch of bugs
added some UI enhancements
For more information, and download links, check out the latest release announcement here
We are pleased to announce the release of version 3.8. This release launches our new expanded tagging vocabularies, which allow for custom topics and related tags to be created. These tags can be structured in categories with internal hierarchies of parent and child tags, to allow for very rich data mapping.
What is also available via the vocabularies is the Medbiquitous list of instructional resources, for addition to courses and sessions as desired. These are input as a single vocabulary set via script, and will be mapped to the Curriculum Inventory tools in time for upload this year if desired.
We’ve also provided a bunch of UI improvements, bug fixes, and under the hood improvements. If you have questions, let us know!
The newly released code, as well as the complete changelog, is available here: https://github.com/ilios/ilios/releases/tag/v3.8.0:...read more