Saltcorn 0.6.2 was released yesterday with the following improvements:
There are now two additional options for the menu:
You can see both of these new menu options on the new wiki.
File storage can now be backed by S3 compatible objects storage instead of the local file storage. This makes it easier to deploy on platforms that do not provide persistent file store, such as volume-less Docker or Heroku. This work was contributed by Gilang Mentari Hamidy.
Show/hide columns in the admin table edit. It could previously be difficult to use the admin table editor if you had a field with a lot of content, e.g. HTML or long strings. Now you can hide those columns so you can see more rows on a single screen.
Filter checkboxes – a really important user interface pattern that we missed so far. You can now have a filter consisting of checkboxes that filter out rows according to whether they match the attribute denoted by the ticked boxes. If more than one box is ticked, that becomes an OR filter
Integer and floating point fields can now be shown and inputted using progress bars and sliders, respectively.