Saltcorn 0.6.3 contains the following changes:
Slugs: URLs to views become a lot prettier if you choose a slug for the view – this nominates a field which becomes part of the URLitself rather than the query string. Previously, when you wanted to show a specific row in a table, you had to specify its ID (or another unique field) in the query string, for instance
/view/post?title=My%20First%20Post. Now you can nominate a field that will be part of the URL path. If this is an ID, the URL path becomes
/view/post/5. If it is a string, Saltcorn will turn it into the lowercase and hyphenated slug titles you often see on blogs:
Two factor authentication: you can now enable two factor authentication with time-based one-time passwords (TOTP) using authenticator apps. The administrator can decide, for each role, whether two factor authentication is disabled, optional or mandatory.
Edit actions: some new actions are now available in Edit views (forms). These can be selected when creating an action and will be shown to the user as buttons or links
Join fields from one-to-one relationships: one-to-one relationships can be a bit tricky; they are created with a foreign key on one of the tables to the other table, and then marking this foreign key as unique. Such fields are now be treated as join fields in List and Show views, so you can display the value from the joined table
List and Feed include formula – List and Feed views can now be configured with a formula to indicate which rows should be included in the view