We are happy to announce the release of Cloudron 4.4!
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.
Cloudron 4.4 adds profile icons, swap usage in graphs, Cloudflare API token support, app search, timezone configuration & more.
Users can now customize their avatars from the profile page. There is the option to use Gravatar or to upload a custom picture.
The graphs view has been enhanced to show the swap usage on the server.
Cloudflare supports two methods of authentication for using it's API. One is using the Global API Key. Global API keys give complete access to the Cloudflare account. Prior to this release, Cloudron only supported this mode of authentication.
In Cloudron 4.4, we have added support for API Tokens. API Tokens allow you to generate a token that has access to only a subset of your Cloudflare account. For example, you can generate token that has access to just the DNS entries of a specific DNS zone. To use this mode of authentication, choose 'API Token' as the token type in the Cloudron domain configuration.
See the documentation on how to set the permissions to generate the Cloudflare token.
If you have more than 10 apps, you can easily find the app you are looking for using the search field. Currently, it only searches through the domain names of the apps. In the future, we will enhance this functionality to search through app labels as well.
Cloudron's timezone can now be set in the
Settings view. This setting is already used for scheduling
backups and updates (during the night and early morning). In future releases, we will use this setting
to show appropriate timestamps for the log viewer as well.
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