AjaXplorer Changelog

New in version 5.0.3

September 2nd, 2013
  • Vulnerabilities fixed and security enforced: new algorithm used for hashing passwords, enforce tokens generation, etc. PHP Mcrypt extension is now more than ever required.
  • Stabilize authentification (groups, LDAP) on the 5.X branch
  • Stabilize alternative uploaders remote drivers (Jumploader)
  • Many GUI bugs fixed

New in version 5.0.1 (July 1st, 2013)

  • This is a bugfix and security update of 5.0.0.

New in version 4.2.3 / 4.3.3 (May 2nd, 2013)

  • Major changes are a new startup Installer, SQLite3 support, many bugfixes since 4.3.2, and new theme customizations options.
  • This is a serious release candidate for AjaXplorer v5.

New in version 4.2.3 (November 12th, 2012)

  • This release contains many bugfixes.

New in version 4.2.0 (June 26th, 2012)

  • This is a major release, introducing tons of new features and bugfixes.
  • Many improvements were done in the field of user management and configurations, allowing better connectivity with third party directories and better performances for cloud deployment and/or a huge user base.
  • On the filesystem side, recursive listing and filehashing make the application ready for desktop synchronization clients.
  • New plugin for automagically mounting a filesystem, a user quota implementation, an embedded tasks scheduler, etc.

New in version 4.0.3 (February 17th, 2012)

  • The update is available automatically via the upgrade tool in the application. It fixes side-effects bugs introduced by the previous release.

New in version 3.3.2 (September 27th, 2011)

  • This is a first beta for AjaXplorer 4. It's already quite stable, but should be used for testing purposes only.
  • The most notable changes concerns core server file reorganization to enable a future upgrade tool (not developed yet), a new HTML5 Theme, and a license change to Affero GPL.

New in version 3.2.3 (April 27th, 2011)

  • AjaXplorer now comes with a built-in WebDAV server for accessing the repositories' content using this popular protocol.

New in version 3.2.1 (February 16th, 2011)

  • This is mainly a bugfix of 3.2.0, but also the occasion to introduce brand new plugins, like the CodeMirror that will replace CodePress.
  • Working on a stable base was the opportunity to profile and optimize, gaining about 30% of overall performance.
  • It includes also iPhone integration.
  • A new version of the AjaXplorer Bridges has been released, with an important security upgrade of the WordPress plugin and a port of the Joomla! plugin for version 1.6.