Cofoundry 0.9 delivers a raft of new features and bug fixes, predominantly around data models, annotations and admin UI controls. We've also been busy over the last couple of months improving our documentation, in particular we now have a comprehensive section covering all the data model annotations available in Cofoundry.
The biggest feature of this release is the introduction of a new consolidated data access repository that simplifies working with Cofoundry data programmatically.
This update brings support for .NET 3.1 as well as a handful of bug fixes. We're also introducing a new SkiaSharp based image resizing plugin as an alternative to the existing ImageSharp based package.
We've updated our SPA sample app, cleaning up the front-end code and migrating it to the modern Vue.js SPA framework to make it more relevant and easier to understand.
We're celebrating the new year with our first 2019 release of Cofoundry! The 0.6 release is primarily to support ASP.NET Core 2.2, but also includes a few bug fixes.
The Cofoundry documentation has been migrated from the GitHub wiki to a new home on cofoundry.org. We hope you enjoy the new docs!
Cofoundry 0.5 includes a significant number of smaller features and bug fixes mostly centered around image assets, document assets and feature configuration. Asset files can now be permanently cached and many website orientated features can be disabled to improve the experience when running as a headless CMS.
Today we've released a new .NET CLI project template for creating new Cofoundry websites. The template can be used to create a new project that includes a basic folder structure, example code and references to recommended plugins.
In this release we have updated Cofoundry to target ASP.NET Core 2.1 and implemented a number of bug fixes and features including the ability to duplicate custom entity content and define the default sort type.
Cofoundry 0.3.2 is out! This release includes a number of bug fixes and a handful of interesting new features, including new data annotations for properties with a list of options. We also have some html editor configuration improvements and a new document collection data annotation.
In our latest release we added the ability to define data model classes that can be referenced inside other data model. This article shows how this technique that can be used to create rich data structures for your custom entities and page block types, with a dynamically generated editor interface.
With our .NET Core migration out of the way we've been busy evaluating feedback, fixing bugs and working on some new and exciting features. Today I'm pleased to announce the release of Cofoundry 0.3, which is now available on NuGet.
It's been almost a year since our first preview release of Cofoundry, and although it's taken us a little while to get here, I'm pleased announce that we've completed our .NET Core migration. Today we've released Cofoundry 0.2, a release that targets .NET Standard 2.0 and runs on both .NET Core 2.0 and .NET Framework 4.6.1.
Today we'd like to share with you our progress on migrating Cofoundry to support .NET Core and cross platform development scenarios. We're also pleased to announce pre-release NuGet packages and several sample projects to give you a flavor of how Cofoundry on .NET Core works.
Over the last few of months have been mainly focused on migrating Cofoundry to .NET Standard, but we've also been steadily fixing bugs and responding to feedback. Here's a quick overview of our recent releases.
We've been making good progress with migrating Cofoundry to run on ASP.NET Core and we'd like to share a little more information on our upcoming plans for pre-release packages and .NET Standard support.
We've just released Cofoundry 0.1.5 which fixes a number of bugs and adds a couple of new features including view model customizations and three new data model annotations.
Today we're announcing an early preview of Cofoundry, a brand new open source CMS for .NET developers focusing on code first development, unobtrusive integration, extensibility and user friendly content administration.
Welcome to the Cofoundry blog. The team are busy getting things ready for our first release so there's not too much to say at this point, but we'll cover a few of the essentials to get things started.