2017 has been a fantastic year so far. We've put a lot of work into improving Structr, and the product has made huge progress in many areas. We added schema-based import wizards for CSV and XML, we improved the overall performance, and we added and fixed lots of tiny things to make your Structr experience even better.
Just after GraphConnect New York, we're thrilled to announce the 2.2 release of Structr, full of improvements and new features. It's an important step towards our upcoming…
Since we introduced deployment exports/imports in Structr 2.1 (see https://support.structr.com/article/428) our productivity increased steadily.
Being able to quickly spin up a completely emtpy Structr instance and deploying an existing application without the user data proved to be a very
convenient and fast way to test/develop new features. Not to speak of the other benefits like version control, making it easier to work with multiple developers and so on...
Starting with version 2.1.0, we have switched our release life cycle from one major release every couple of months to a continuous delivery model based on the current `master` branch on GitHub. We will continue to build SNAPSHOT versions inbetween the releases, but you can expect the new releases to come out much more frequently (we're currently at 2.1.2).
You can find the current release as well as the most recent SNAPSHOT version on .
This introduction to Structr will guide you through the creation of a simple Structr blog application. We will start from an empty Structr instance and build the blog application feature-by-feature, walking you through how to deal with access control, authentication, and applying basic bootstrap.
With this simple change, you can now use the below pure HTML form to upload a file to a folder of your choice, and set properties on the file.
In case you didn't know, Structr has a built-in scheduling service that can execute periodic tasks. It is configurable with a syntax very similar to the one of the UNIX crontab file, hence the name CronService.
With this change, the CronService gains the ability to execute scripts stored in a…
Structr just got another useful, some would argue essential, web development feature: Minification.
We're happy to announce the release of the first beta version of the upcoming Structr 2.1, finally running on Neo4j 3.0 using the Bolt driver. Some more details about the transition are published in a blog post on neo4j.com.
The new version is available in the following variations. Feel free to download and give it a try.
Structr Community Edition Debian Package (any Debian-based Linux distribution)
Structr Community Edition Distribution ZIP (OS X, Windows)
WARNING: Please note that any…