Release Notes: This is a bugfix from v5.0.1. Updating is automatic using the in-app upgrade mechanism, and is recommended. This release fixes various uploader problems (jumploader and plupload). It fixes various Zip browsing / creation problems. You can choose the Lucene analyzer in the plugin configuration. An automatic deployment and testing framework (using Phing) has been started. New/experimental: Etherpad implementation (collaborative text editor and chat) and a new SFTP plugin based on phpSeclib.
Release Notes: Major changes are a new startup Installer, SQLite3 support, many bugfixes since 4.3.2, and new theme customizations options. This is a serious release candidate for AjaXplorer v5.
Release Notes: This is the final release for the 4.2 stable branch. It contains many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes problems introduced by PHP 5.4.0, adds a couple of low-level features to improve performance and to prepare forthcoming features, and fixes a lot of known issues.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release for the 4.0 branch. The update is available automatically via the upgrade tool in the application. It fixes side-effects bugs introduced by the previous release.
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 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: 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.
Release Notes: This release has bugfixes and introduces new plugins like WebDAV access, EXIF data extraction, and the use of OpenLayers maps for GeoLocalisation.