Curious what’s new that you might find helpful as a cloud.gov application developer? Here are highlights from our platform updates over the past four weeks.
Today we released a new version of the cloud.gov Deck (now Dashboard). The best part is invisible: we refactored the codebase so we can improve it much faster than we could with the old version. But it has visible changes too, so here’s what’s new, what we have in mind, and how to tell us what you think.
Earlier this month we updated cloud.gov login and
cf-ssh in ways that mean most cloud.gov users need to change how they use them. You’ve probably already made these changes if you need to (we sent email notifications to people who should log in using the new system), but here are the details as a handy reference.
New feature: Zero-setup persistent logs.
Now you can view log and event data for your apps and adjust permissions for your org and spaces via the web. We’re also publishing these updates via cloud.gov.
We’ve added a new status page to show you the state of the cloud.gov platform, and we’ve made significant upgrades in your ability to manage your apps via the web.