Version 4.1 of Bolt released. Bolt is an open source content management system and is therefore comparable in some respects to programs such as WordPress and Drupal. Bolt is easy to use for both installation and management, has several great looking templates that can be customized with Twig , and is optimized for both desktop and mobile environments.
Since version 4.0, Bolt has become a full-fledged Symfony application. The editorial environment has been completely renewed and now supports multilingualism. Furthermore, there is a choice between different content editors, there are collections, as we know from the Gutenberg editor in WordPress, and there is a RESTful / GraphQL api. Version 4.1 also brings the following improvements:
What’s new in Bolt 4.1A new minor release of Bolt means there’s new awesome features coming up! Today, we’re releasing Bolt 4.1 with the following new features and additions:
- The Bolt backend and multilingual Editor is now available in two new languages: Russian and Bulgarian.
With the 4.1 release, the Editor now supports 12 languages: Czech, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian and Spanish.
- Default values for fields in new Content can now be passed as query parameters in the URL.
Together with the Edit this page extension, content editors can now create new content from any 404 (non-existing) page.
- The new release features initial support for PostgreSQL
Bolt already supported MySQL (MariaDB) and SQLite, and this release brings additional support for Postgres as a database backend. For now it’s classified “experimental”, because there might be the occasional quirk.
- A new bolt: reset-password command The new command helps you reset user passwords from the command line, should you forget your login details.
For a complete list of all the changes, see the changelog on our Github release page .
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