Today’s release announcement features: many bug fixes and quality of life improvements! Plus, a nice little “Export to CSV” option for interactive table widgets that snuck into R239 after the last announcement already went to press.
Comment, question, and post your examples in the thread below, and please keep all those #product-suggestions coming!
Stations, Devices, and Machines
- Removed pop up for OAuth 2 authentication so that the authentication process gets launched immediately when a connecter function is called
- Increased versions of tooling on edge devices and resolve various compatibility issues
- Internal Libraries are now Enterprise App Exchange
- Add export to CSV functionality to interactive table widget for Tulip Table and Table Query datasources. (R239)
- Move Label Text, Label Font Size and Label Color higher in the context pane to be directly below Data Source
Fixes, Bugs, and Performance Improvements
- Fixed an issue where trigger transition to move to another app was not working for some users
- Reworked workspace administrator invite logic and account permissions to improve security
- Fixed an issue where user roles were not correctly defining workspace ownership
- When creating a new user in a multiple workspace environment, fixed an issue with how user role displays
Great news for our frontline workers with OAuth2 authentification! Some more effort for a seamless connection
I have not found an article in the knowledge base on this subject. Where can I find information on how it works?
Hey @youri.regnaud -
An article covering this is in the final stages of review and should be out in the next few days. Thanks for your patience!
The article regarding the Enterprise App Exchange is now live and can be found here.
Hope this answers your questions!
@RussWaddell any idea when these features will be available in LTS. Very eager to try them out.
Hey @Rakitha -
LTS9 (landing in the next few weeks) includes all releases through r238.
These features should land in LTS10 in April.
Great that you added this button for download the table into a csv file but still if there are Hebrew letters within this file (or any letters that are not latin), you have to drop this file into the notepad and then do save as and choose the encoding of “utf-8 with BOM”, when will you fix this feature ?
All of our tables includes Hebrew letters and doing so, just making this simple download process to hard for many of my users.
Hey @Amit -
The QA team hopped right on this behavior, but only could recreate this behavior on windows going to excel. Through google sheets the data is rendered correctly. This appears to be a setting in excel around how it handles localized characters.