The main feature we released in May was feature toggling. Also, the dbt transformation component was updated, and we added reverse DNS entries for all our IP addresses in specific stacks.
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.
In March, we not only focused on the UI but also made significant changes to the backend, added a few changes for developers, and released a new version of the Buffer API.
Buffer API in beta, the option to save a card, searching in code editors, new components and templates, and a ton of minor UI updates were all deployed in February.
Microsoft Single Sign-On, several UI updates, and the addition of four new templates - that summarizes the events of January.
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.
Various changes were made in November: notifications for all configurations, two new templates, and a big set of UI updates.
Here are all the changes we made in October, 2022, including new templates, dbt, and various important updates.
Here are all the changes we made in September, 2022.
Some platform changes are too small to be announced separately. From now on you will learn about all Keboola updates, big or small, in a monthly digest. We'll keep announcing bigger changes as they come out.