The core team behind Apostrophe, along with the strong community of supporting developers from around the globe continue to meet roadmap milestones for A3, the latest version of Apostrophe. Within the latest Apostrophe release, there are a few features that will excel developer and team productivity in terms of site management. Continue reading below for the very latest.
Apostrophe 3.8.0 now includes support for batch operations on pieces. With this new feature, you can now select many documents at once to perform batch operations on. Included with this release is a simple batch archive/restore function, but A3 makes it easier than ever to configure your own operations and insert them into the manager menus of your pieces.
These were oft-used extensions from Apostrophe 2 that have received some improvements as they made their way into A3. With the export extension, for example, we were able to hook this right into our new batch operations API so you can select a sub-set of your documents for exporting.
Alternatively, with the import extension enabled, it's now just a few clicks to create a collection of documents from a CSV file.
Importing and exporting can both be installed and configured to work on specific modules in your project. You can learn more about installing and setting these up at the importer readme and the exporter readme.
In this most recent release, in addition to batch operations, and the import / export modules, we have also rolled out an update to the open-graph module for A3, as well as shared additions, fixes, and changes. These updates, and all product related notes can be found on Github Discussions. To see all that is currently in the works or planned for Apostrophe, check out our product roadmap.