What’s Coming in CrafterCMS 2.5.2
Russ Danner is VP Products at CrafterCMS and is responsible for product management, product development and support, and client and partner success. Russ brings over 20 years of software architecture, design, and implementation experience. Prior to CrafterCMS, Russ was Web Experience Management Practice Director at Rivet Logic (now Capgemini) and project lead for the open source CrafterCMS project.
If have been watching our open source CrafterCMS project on GitHub you know we’re just about to release CrafterCMS 2.5.2. This release of Crafter delivers a number of exciting features as well as small enhancements and bug fixes that are sure to help your team create and deliver more engaging digital experiences! Here is a quick summary of what’s new:
Version Display and Version “Diff”
Authors can now easily see the content of previous versions and visually compare or “Diff” two different versions without reverting the content!
See Calculated Dependancies in Workflow and Publishing Dialogs
Crafter Studio has always calculated dependencies for authors to help make copies, moves, deletes and publishing simple. Now authors can easily see what dependencies have been calculated.
Additional Updates of Note:
Crafter is the award-winning Web content and experience management solution that allows leading enterprises to build personalized digital experiences across all online channels. To learn more about the open source CrafterCMS project, connect with our community and download CrafterCMS here.
The Enterprise Edition of CrafterCMS, which includes commercial licenses, production support, cloud offerings and integration services, is available through CrafterCMS and its certified partner network.
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