Cloudron 4.1 released

By Girish on Friday, June 21st 2019

We are happy to announce the release of Cloudron 4.1!

For those unaware, Cloudron is a platform that makes it easy to run web apps like WordPress, Nextcloud, GitLab on your server and keep them up-to-date and secure. Think SaaS for self-hosted apps.

Cloudron 4.1 adds a new configure UI, customizable app icons, multiple domain redirects, new app manifest & more.

New configure UI

The various app settings are now grouped into categories:

App Icons

Cloudron 4 added support for setting labels and tags for apps. In 4.1, you can customize the icon of each app.



Multiple domain redirects

You can now setup one or more domains to redirect to a single app. In the screenshot below, www.cloudron.dev, site.cloudron.pro and cloudron.xyz will redirect to blog.cloudron.ml.


Manifest v2

We have bumped the app manifest version to 2. The main change is that environment variables injected by Cloudron into an app's runtime are prefixed with CLOUDRON_. This prevents any conflict with the app's own environment variables.

Other notable changes

  • Remove password requirement for uninstalling apps, domains & users
  • Fix issue where unused addon images were not pruned
  • Add DigitalOcean Frankfurt (fra1) region for backup storage
  • Fix name.com DNS backend issue for naked domains
  • Fix DigitalOcean DNS API to make requests with ttl of 30
  • Fix DKIM selector conflict when adding same domain across multiple cloudrons

Install or update Cloudron

New to Cloudron? Get started for free by running with 3 simple commands on your server.

To update an existing installation, simply click on the 'Update now' button on your dashboard.

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