Corteza 2021.3.3 has been released, and includes the following updates and improvements:

  • Auth
    • Several fixes
  • Workflow
    • Workflow cross canvas copying
    • Added import & export functionality, allowing you to import and export complete workflows

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Corteza 2021.3.2 has been released, and includes the following updates and improvements:

  • Compose
    • Fixed field picker bug where double click didn’t add an element
    • Fixed module fields not respecting field order in module edit
  • Auth
    • Improved auth procedures
    • fixed excessive redirects Read more

Corteza 2021.3.1 has been released, and includes the following updates and improvements:

  • Envoy
    • Improved ComposeRecord cross-referencing
    • Improved ComposeRecord self-referencing
  • Compose
    • Fixed improper one-dimensional page block rescaling
    • Fixed bug where record selector default options were not displayed if query existed Read more

Cork, Ireland, 6 April 2021.

Planet Crust, the driving force behind the open-source low-code platform Corteza, is excited to announce a new major release: Corteza 2021.3. The highlights of this release are a visual drag-and-drop workflow editor, a new UI, a template editor and authentication improvement.

New features and improvement in Corteza 2021.3

Corteza Workflow

The new workflow editor enables users to automate simple and complex processes, without the need for programming knowledge. It’s based on BPMN 2.0 standards, and easy and fast to use. Simply drag and drop the elements you need on the canvas, configure and connect them. Main features include: Read more

Corteza 2020.12.2 has been released today. This update includes the following updates and improvements:

  • Pagination navigation on reverse sort
  • Properly load record lists when navigating from record page (Github)
  • Add Federation API to swagger docs
  • Fix date range filters for record export (Github)

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Planet Crust, the driving force behind the Corteza Project, released today a Corteza update, improving stability and performance.

This update is for the latest version of Corteza, 2020.12, which was released in last December.

To upgrade your Corteza instance to this latest version, please check out the Corteza documentation.

Corteza 2020.12 has been released, as announced by Planet Crust, the driving force behind the Corteza Project. This release comes with many new features and improvements, and includes experimental support for record federation. As a result, this makes the Corteza platform the first open-source federated cloud solution for record sharing in the world.

New features and improvement in Corteza 2020.12

Open-source federated cloud features, funded by the European Commission. Read more

In September 2020, Planet Crust  announced that it was being funded by the European Commission’s Next Generation Internet initiative to deliver the Corteza platform as a federated cloud solution for record sharing. After months of development, Corteza’s Record Federation federation feature will be available in the upcoming 2020.12 version, set for release on 22 December 2020.

Following successful Proof of Concept (PoC) and Minimal Viable Product (MVP) stages, additional effort centered on feature and performance stability along with security testing. This included: Read more

Today we’ve released several stability patches for Corteza improving stability and security.

Corteza version 2020.09.4 includes:

  • Improved boolean field type value handling
  • Record list prefilter is now properly applied when exporting
  • RTE field now properly triggers the required flag when empty
  • Prevent possible double record submit when double-clicking the ‘Save’ button Read more

We are excited to announce a new major release, version 2020.09. This release comes with significant feature and functionality upgrades, including Mail/SMTP improvements, new CRM Suite campaign automation scripts, added support for user impersonation and a lot more.

Additionally, the documentation has been restructured, improved and extended. For an open-source project to be successful, documentation needs to be excellent. So, we have added al lot of new information, including more details about how Corteza works, how you can install it, how you can get the most out of the low-code platform and other applications, and more. Read more