Release Notes: This fixes a security issue that could lead to unauthorized access to .txt files on the server; upgrading is highly recommended. Many other bugs are fixed as well.
Release Notes: 4.0.0 was a very major release of AjaXplorer. This one is a mainly a bugfix for the stable branch, but new features include the "Default Role" concept and tools to delegate big files compression and download to the server (command line zip / x-sendfile header).
Release Notes: This release introduces an automatic upgrade mechanism, improves the sharing features integration as well as the metadata management, and fixes many bugs. It's already very stable for a beta.
Release Notes: This is a first beta for AjaXplorer 4. It's already quite stable, but should be used for testing purposes only. The most notable changes concerns core server file reorganization to enable a future upgrade tool (not developed yet), a new HTML5 Theme, and a license change to Affero GPL.
Release Notes: This version includes a large number of bug fixes. Some minor but interesting features were added. Any file type can be opened with any "editor" plugin or in a new browser window (integration to the core of the hook.openfile plugin). Various CSS3 tweaking was done for a better appearance. Support for streaming (http-range) was improved, which should also impact on resumable downloads. A more generic amelioration was done for supporting the new AjaXplorer iOS client.
Release Notes: AjaXplorer now comes with a built-in WebDAV server for accessing the repositories' content using this popular protocol.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix of 3.2.0, but also the occasion to introduce brand new plugins, like the CodeMirror that will replace CodePress. Working on a stable base was the opportunity to profile and optimize, gaining about 30% of overall performance. It includes also iPhone integration. A new version of the AjaXplorer Bridges has been released, with an important security upgrade of the WordPress plugin and a port of the Joomla! plugin for version 1.6.
Release Notes: This is a major release that raises the security standard of the application: protection against CSRF, XSS, brute-force attack, better password policy, and others.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in version 3.1.0. Upgrading is recommended for people encountering the "cant' find plugin ..." error, as well as for people using the bridge with other CMS.