Release Notes: This release added support for Express 4.x and for other templating systems and CSS preprocessors. Params were overhauled for greater ease of use. Default error pages now use mainDomain instead of appName. Client-side JS minification was added through the Google Closure Compiler. A new feature which makes a symlink in node_modules to your mvc/models directory was added. Point-and-click executables were added. There were also CLI tool improvements, better Windows compatibility, and various bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds better multipart support, support for gzip compression, faster HTTP performance, some refactoring, better logging, better configuration, and some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds better Windows support, improves logging (now with colors), removes an unnecessary HTTP response header, adds .gitignore to the sample app, and adds performance improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: The localhostOnly rule will no longer apply in development mode. This release also adds .npmignore so Roosevelt will take up less space as a node_module.
Release Notes: This release added a new localhostOnly parameter, a new Express var exposed publicFolder, stricter rules on 503 interrupts for high load scenarios, bugfixes, and a documentation cleanup.
Release Notes: This release adds a new update checker for the CLI tool, new time limits for request processing, and the new parameters publicStatics, publicFolder, alwaysHostStatics, maxLagPerRequest, disableLogger, and disableMultipart.
Release Notes: New built-in support for multicore load balancing, better dependency management, a bugfix to allow Roosevelt to be executed by load balancing tools like pm2, a fix for default error pages on standard Apache or nginx deployment configs, a bugfix for multipart form processing on newer versions of Node.js, some performance improvements, and better documentation.
Release Notes: This release is a complete overhaul which greatly simplifies authoring models and controllers. Apps written against the previous versions will need to be refactored based on the new MVC pattern. This release also offers several new features such as new custom events, new parameters, graceful shutdowns, and performance enhancements.