We are continually streamlining our offerings and providing clearer categorizations. Thus, we have made a significant change to how Keboola data apps are classified within our system.
Keboola CLI now supports storage operations, allowing users to manage storage buckets, tables, and files through the command-line interface. The Storage API now fully supports JSON in request bodies, deprecating the use of form-data.
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The platform now supports table export in both CSV (non-gzipped) and XLSX formats.
When using form-data in an API request, you are limited to simple key-value pairs. However, this limitation can now be overcome by using JSON instead.
We are happy to announce that our Keboola CLI tool has new commands to operate on the Storage of your project.
We are deprecating the table attribute indexedColumns in the Storage API.
We are deprecating Bucket Attributes and Table Attributes in the Storage API.
December was very intense in terms of the changes we made to the product. Here are the major updates, plus a few smaller but important changes.
Finding the information you need can sometimes be difficult. To help you with this we recently introduced Global Search.