To improve and optimize the stability, performance, and security of Crelate, our engineering team performs Engineering Releases on a periodic basis. These releases are intended to have no impact on functionality or the user interface of the application.
This engineering release includes:
A move to the latest version of .NET Core 6 for our Async and other back end services. Microsoft .NET Core is a major upgrade from Microsoft’s previous .NET Framework and offers vastly improved performance.
An upgrade of several major client and server side coding libraries. This should improve performance, stability and security across the board for this components.
Improvements to our internal Module System, which will allow for faster and safer feature development, as well as more Early Adopter / BETA launches.
We’ve also added improved logging and support tools to help our Customer Success team better serve customers.
The release also resolves a few reported customer issues:
FIXED #62431 - Required Activity form fields were not always required
FIXED #63238 - Job Portal V2 External Link (No Description) could still show the description
FIXED #63309 - Manually adding Work History would default to the wrong year.
With this release, due to the upgrade of several third party user interface libraries, users may notice minor tweaks to a few controls. The Color Picker is an example:
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