- Tooltips have been added to improve the editor experience. For instance, tooltips appear on hover for the “up,” “down,” “clone” and “trash” buttons when working with areas.
- Building on the performance work in version 2.86.0, all
ensureIndexcalls have been moved to the
migratestartup phase and can thus be skipped with
APOS_NO_MIGRATE=1. Note that as with the other recent changes, this means that if your site is always run with
APOS_NO_MIGRATE=1, including at the time the database is created, it is imperative that you run
node app apostrophe-migrations:migrateat least once. If your database starts out in a dev environment and is later moved to a production environment, or you use stagecoach or a similar deployment tool that guarantees migrations are run on all code deployments (and you should definitely do that), then this will not be an issue.
- Building on the support for namespaced npm modules as apostrophe modules added in 2.86.0, the
testModule: trueflag used to test apostrophe in the context of an npm module like
apostrophe-workflowcan now be used in a namespaced npm module. Thanks to Aurélien Wolz for this contribution.
Thanks to Michelin for making much of this work possible through Apostrophe Enterprise Support.