The three previous release introduced many core features. Some of them, despite useful, were cumbersome at first glance, like the setup of maestros and working nodes. This release brings an GêBR even more powerful but rather easier than before. From now on, the user can fully take advantage all astonishing features with much fewer technical complications.
But the 0.20.1 was not only about fixing the past, it moves forward presenting a new tab, which centralizes many common actions, like create, setup and run flows, as well as inspect their results. The user will no longer spend time bouncing from one tab to another.
A brief highlight of the news in this release is: (Click here to read the rest of this entry)
This release fixes bugs in 0.18.0 and brings some enhancements to give better feedback to users about connectivity state of GêBR. Two icons on the status bar indicate whether GêBR is connected to a maestro and also whether the remote browsing for files is active or not.
Last release (0.16.0) introduced a connection model between GêBR and the working servers, rooted through a new player, known as Maestro. That change was the key to allow many remarkable improvements (see the post). However, that also brought some annoying behaviors, like few more login password requirements to establish all inter-machine connections.
This release brings wizards to simplify all that connection process, turning it now almost painless. But 0.18.0 is not only about fixing 0.16.0 drawbacks. There are many more improvements to mention: (Click here to read the rest of this entry)