Created on 2014/01/21
Pydio 5.2.0 This is a major stable release, upgrade is recommended. Please read below the detail of the changes.
Created on 2014/01/21
Along with latest stable Pydio release (5.2.0), we are glad to announce the release of the CMS Bridges package: bridges were retested against latest stable version of all three CMS (Joomla! 3.X, Wordpress 3.8, Drupal 7.X), and embedded documentation was updated to reflect last changes of our Pydio v5.X
Created on 2013/12/23
This release is a (massive) bugfix of 5.1.0, and a release candidate for 5.2.0. There is not yet an upgrade mechanism, thus it is not tagged stable: it is not meant to be deployed in production, unless you know what you are doing. We need you to test and report bugs ASAP to make sure we achieve stability soon! Update from 5.1.0 can be done using the in-app upgrade mechanism by switching the updater to the "development" channel. Please read 5.1.0 release note to discover the new features.
Created on 2013/11/17
This is a development release, it is NOT meant to be deployed in production, unless you know what you are doing. However, it is recommended to test, as it will help us porting these features quicker into the stable channel. Major changes: Tons of cool features, counting a new user dashboard, a faceted search engine, the ability to save the searches, and many more. Performances improvements in the GUI Code standardization and good practice, refactoring Many bugs fixed
Created on 2013/11/11
Glad to announce immediate availability of Pydio iOS 1.1 (legacy app AjaXplorer iOS Client is updated as well) Major changes : iOS7 BugFixes Upload cache problem was preventing uploading more than one file at once Use iOS7 appearance customization - update some icons Rename the file with its original name before opening in external application Uploads and downloads can now be done in background. Quick note: automatically open text files for edition after creation.
Created on 2013/11/11
Pydio iOS 1.1 released Glad to announce immediate availability of Pydio iOS 1.1 (legacy app AjaXplorer is updated as well) New stuff in this version iOS7 BugFixes Upload cache problem was preventing uploading more than one file at once Use iOS7 appearance customization - update some icons Rename the file with its original name before opening in external application Uploads and downloads can now be done in background. Quick note: automatically open text files for edition after creation.
Created on 2013/10/30
New application Pydio is now available on the store. AjaXplorer app will be kept up-to-date for a couple of monthes. Pydio renaming Bugfixes Fixed "Share via"
Created on 2013/10/12
This release fixes detected vulnerabilities and some bugs from v5.0.4. Upgrade is highly recommended. It is automatic, using the in-app upgrade mechanism or the Linux package managers. Thanks to Craig and Jesus for reporting the vulnerabilities. This is the first official release under the new Pydio name. The various download repositories (update, sourceforge, linux repositories, etc) will be duplicated in the future (ajaxplorer-core / pydio-core) to ensure upgrade compatibility. [Edit Oct. 14th] An error slipped in the first release, if you have updated between 13th and 14th Oct., you may have an error "AJXP_Logger::info() method does not exists" during upload. Make sure to get the plugins/conf.sql/class.AJXP_SqlUser.php from the new package.
Created on 2013/10/01
Glad to announce immediate availability of AjaXplorer iOS 2.0. Due to App Transfer from one account to another, this update will reset your passwords. If you use a PIN code, you may get stuck and have to reinstall it from scratch. Sorry about that, you should then directly switch to Pydio, which will be the new official App. Major changes : iOS7 layout (still some issues to fix, upgrade will be released soon) Thumbnails view Keep Offline for all files Stability and bug fixes.
Created on 2013/09/30
Fellow community members, I am glad to announce a new start for AjaXplorer. After five years of intense development, releasing version 5 triggered a great acceleration for the project during the past few months. You sent a lot of feedbacks and opinions, and this was an essential drive for the new stuff we announce today.