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31st Oct 2018 - v3.1.4 - Danger Zone and new subscriptions

Organisations may now delete their own packages and package files - you don't have to email StackHub support any more! A new Danger Zone on Package Edit pages lets you delete multiple package versions - oh uh!

The release also sees new and enhanced StackHub subscription tiers.

And in the techy backend, the efficiency of transactional (automatic) emails has been improved.

17th Sep 2018 - v3.1.1

  • Maintenance updates
  • Bug fix: Package versions page
  • Visual styling updates

9th Aug 2018 - v3.1.0.2

YouTube videos may now be embedded into Package and Vendor Page documentation.

A new image syntax added to our extensible fandoc syntax automatically hot-links to YouTube. See Fandoc Help for details.

8th Aug 2018 - v3.1.0 - StackHub Design Changes

All the newly designed public facing StackHub marketing pages have been released. We hope you like them!

28th Jun 2018 - v3.0.0 - StackHub Design Changes

  • Released new logged in pages.

While other web designers go Mobile First, here at StackHub we've gone Developer First! StackHub is in the process of being refreshed and the first pieces of this significant overhaul to go public are the logged in pages (v3.0.0).

This should make every aspect of managing your packages, channels, and products far easier than ever before. Enjoy!

10th Jun 2018 - v2.3.2.18

Bug fix: When changing your password, sometimes the page would automatically refresh itself.

4th Jun 2018 - Project Haystack Connections Magazine - Spring 2018 Issue

The new issue of the Project Haystack Connections Magazine has been published and this time it's all about "Tagging the World of Data". This is a great source of information for the haystack community and is well worth looking at.

Cover of Project Haystack Connections Magazine - Spring 2018

Download Project Haystack Connections for free or review the press release for more information.

15th Apr 2018 - v2.3.2.16

  • Version numbers in package download URLs are now optional. Simply drop the version number to receive the latest package version. For example:

Thanks go to BAS SG for the suggestion!

2nd Feb 2018 - StackHub granted an A+ Security Rating

When it comes to browser security, no-one knows more than the people who write browsers. So when Mozilla, the creators of Firefox, award your site an A+ security rating, it's something to be proud of!

Observatory by Mozilla is an initiative aimed at teaching professionals to create a safer Internet. You can view StackHub's Observatory results here.

27th Jan 2018 - v2.3.2.0

  • Extra security measures have been put in place to protect StackHub against Cross Site Forgery Requests (CSRF), Cross Site Scripting (XSS), Session Hijacking, and more!
  • StackHub web sessions are now held in a database for interrupt free upgrades.

5th Jan 2018 - BuildingFit becomes a StackHub Vendor

It is my pleasure to welcome BuildingFit to StackHub as a new vendor to our new marketplace!

The SkySpark R Extension (bfitRExt) allows the user to query R from within SkySpark and returns results directly back into SkySpark, allowing R algorithms to be inserted into rules, KPIs, and functions. This extension is also fully compatible with SkySpark 3.0.

Like all extensions on StackHub, bfitRExt can be installed using SkySpark's install manager - just make sure to buy it first!

6th Dec 2017 - v2.3.1.0

  • Added auto approval for new package names prefixed with approved company initials.
  • Email addresses when used for authentication are no longer case-sensitive.

27th Nov 2017 - v2.3.0.0

  • Maintenance update to move site components out into separate libraries.

15th Nov 2017 - StackHub @ SkyPosium 2017

StackHub was a proud sponsor of SkyPosium - the worldwide SkyFoundry community event held on 14-15 November 2017, Dulles, Virginia, USA.

This year's SkySpark conference was a great success and enjoyed a full turn out of SkySpark developers, users, and enthusiasts. All of whom were very keen to find out the latest news and offerings in the industry. StackHub attracted much interest and I look forward to working with many new clients in the coming year.

Not only did I get to meet many new faces and old acquaintances, but I also delivered a presentation on Axonator - the Axon Encrypter ! Available exclusively on StackHub - see Axonator Ext for details or watch the presentation on YouTube!

In summary, SkyPosium was a great event and promises a very successful future for StackHub and our clients!

The Steve

Big shout outs go to ATS Automation, BuildingFit, BAS SG, Crowley Carbon, Interstella, J2 Innovations, Kodara,and Lynxspring- it was good talking with you!

And also to ABI Advantage, Ambient Energy, BAM Energy Systems, Dual Fuel, Hepta Systems, IoTium, Prodatacon, System Solutions, University of British Columbia, and the many other firms I had the pleasure of conversing with.

And of course many thanks go to SkyFoundry for hosting SkyPosium!

3rd Nov 2017 - BAM hosts Fantom Wars 2017

Robert wins BAM's Escape the Mainframe competition with a top score of 1702!

When the Escape the Mainframe game (made in Fantom) was released as a SkySpark extension on StackHub by AlienFactory, BAM Energy Systems decided to host an internal competition, called "Fantom Wars" on their SkySpark development server.

Due to elevated interest and fierce battles for top place, this 3 week event was extended to over a month!

The public Hi-Score server for Escape the Mainframe was upgraded to accept ZINC requests and BAM responded by creating their very own SkySpark View for analysing the top scores; including a Productivity Monitor!

Monitor image

For the closing ceremony BAM commissioned a bespoke winners cup and coffee mug, while Alien-Factory gifted generous amounts of branded magnets, stickers, and badges.

Robert, we dub thee: Fantom Wars Champion 2017!


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