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The following updates/changes were made to the Agility CMS platform in the month of May.
Ability to Test URL Redirections - You can now test your URL redirections from within Agility CMS to ensure they are working as expected on your website
Easier to manage URL Redirections - We've simplified the fields for URL redirections to 3 simple fields: Origin, Destination, and HTTP Code
General Availability of URL Redirections in the Content Fetch API - developers can now retrieve URL redirections via the Content Fetch API and implement redirects in their code
Simplified Domain Management - You now have the ability to specify a domain as a Production domain, this is used to test your URL redirections, but will also be used to view your Live pages/URLs in an upcoming update to the pages section
- Save & Close button is more prominent than just Save on pages and content item forms
- The Attachment List field now allows you to directly upload media rather than having to select from existing media from Assets
- The Recent Changes report now correctly reports itemized modifications for items in a list by different users
- Removed legacy System Alert UI from Settings dashboard
- Content Fetch API fixes:
- Publishing a page for the first time with modules now include the modules in the Content Fetch API response for the page
- Creating a new dynamic page node will now immediately show the results in the Content Fetch API
- Unpublishing a module on a page no longer returns malformed JSON in the Content Fetch API
- When requesting a Link page from the Content Fetch API, the response now includes the target attribute
If a linked content item has been deleted or unpublished, the JSON response is no longer an invalid JSON format and results in a NULL item
- .NET Sync Model fixes:
- Making changes to a gallery are more reliably synced to your list of syncing web servers
Over the coming weeks and months, you can expect to see the following updates in the CMS:
- Easier Content Architecture/Modelling - A revamped and streamlined experience for creating and managing content/module definitions
- Ability to Recover Deleted Pages and Shared Content Item/Lists - A self-serve utility to allow you to restore deleted pages and items from Shared Content
- Load the CMS Faster - The startup time for the app will be improved
- Easier to view Pages - Additions of a visible Page URL, and how you view the page in different environments and modes
- Easier to know the Status of Content - Staging status will no longer be used to indicate that content has already been published and has a pending change
- Easier to Import/Export Content - This will be reviewed and improved with the goal of simplifying import and export of content from within Agility CMS
- ... and much more!
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