What’s up Fleek Freaks? We’re back with another Fleek Release Notes, giving y’all a look into the improvements and bug fixes we’ve implemented into the Fleek.xyz alpha over the last week. If you missed the previous Fleek Release Notes, get caught up here!
This week, the focus was mainly on some bug fixes, visual improvements, and foundational work for upcoming features like site deletion/template submission. Don’t forget: if you want to take part in the Fleek.xyz alpha, join our discord server and fill out the application so you can join in the testing ⚡
Let’s dive into the updates, shall we?
UI & Experience:
We heard your feedback and have spent the week making dark mode the default, with some other improvements sprinkled in:
- Dark Mode is now set as the Default UI Theme:
- Template pages now render the repository’s Readmes as the description
UI & Experience:
This week, the frontend team worked on fixing several bugs from the interface, which include:
- Fixed site breadcrumbs to remove 304 redirect errors while navigating
- The flow to accept an invite without having a Fleek account has been now implemented
- When logged out and visiting the templates page, if the user logins it now redirects them this section after doing so
- Added 150-character-max to Environment variables in sites
- Removed the redeploy option from self-managed deployment sites
Go to Docsbutton typo after CLI login
- Improved image caching and loading across the app
- Fixed issue with Fleek logo glitching on Templates pages
- Added extra information in the gateway for users to understand how to access their files
- Added a 1GB per file/folder maximum size validation in storage UI
- Fixed issue where a project’s GitHub app configurations persisted even when changing projects
While on the UI/user-facing front our updates end with the above, we have also been setting foundational work and improvements to the inner workings of Fleek.xyz, which prepare the platform for a couple of future releases:
- The base for the site and project deletion features have been set, and integrations can begin next.
- As well as the flow for community template submissions, with build settings validation, in preparation for integration of the feature to the frontend.
Coming Next Release
- Template submissions: Opening template submissions to the community
- Site and project deletion
- Trackers for how many sites have been created for each template
- Adding custom build command and publish directory to templates
- Fixing Site previews
That’s all for this time! Just a small update to smooth out a few issues spotted by our first groups of testers. We’ll be back with Fleek Release Notes 03 after another week in the lab 🤙
See you soon ⚡