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Oqtane Developers Meeting - Jan 2024

1/6/2024

Highlights from our most recent meeting on January 3, 2024.

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Happy New Year!

1/1/2024

As we begin 2024, it is a good time to reflect on the significant events from last year, and set some goals for the coming year

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Oqtane 5.0.1 Released

12/21/2023

The 5.0.1 release is primarily focused on stabilization. This includes many user experience improvements as well as a variety of security and user authentication enhancements.

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Oqtane Developers Meeting - Dec 2023

12/11/2023

On October 4, 2023 we kicked off our first Monthly Developers Meeting for the Oqtane open source project. The goal of these meetings is to provide some constant communication about project status, release schedule, product roadmap, and any issues/blockers. It is also the opportunity for developers to ask questions and provide direct feedback about anything related to the open source project.

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Announcing Oqtane 5.0 for .NET 8

11/16/2023

The 5.0.0 release is a major release and represents the official migration from .NET 7 to .NET 8. .NET 8 is the latest iteration of the .NET platform. It is a Long Term Support (LTS) release which means that it will be fully supported by Microsoft for the next 3 years (.NET 7 support ends in May 2024).

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Oqtane 4.0.6 Released

10/16/2023

The 4.0.6 release is primarily focused on stabilization. This includes a variety of user experience improvements and a new Search capability which can be utilized in all Admin Dashboard areas for enhanced administration.

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Upgrading To New .NET Versions

10/11/2023

Based on the fact that backward compatibility is one of the core philosophies of Oqtane, there are a variety of approaches you can take to allow your development environment to take advantage of newer versions of .NET.

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Data Scoping

10/2/2023

Data scoping is a fairly common architectural concept when it comes to developing custom software. Basically it refers to the level of granularity that a specific type of data in your application needs to support. You can think of granularity as a way to group similar types of data to provide a logical boundary around it.

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Importing Users

9/25/2023

Importing user accounts is a common requirement when migrating from one system or environment to another. One way to accomplish this is to use a third party Identity Provider for managing users. The challenge with that approach is that your site or application may have unique needs in regards to security roles or profile information which an Identity Provider is not able to support. So in order to provide the full flexibility to seamlessly onboard users there is often a need for a bulk import capability.

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