We are pleased to announce the release of the Curity Identity Server 6.8. This release includes the most customer-requested features and fixes in any release to date. There is also new functionality that we've had on our roadmap for a while.
Here are some highlights:
Tab Completion, History Menu and Dynamic Clients
The admin UI and DevOps Dashboard have been enhanced with new functionality. In particular, the primary admin UI now supports tab completion in all procedures. The new "Recent Work" menu shows common and recent parts of the UI, allowing you to jump to different views quickly. The DevOps Dashboard now shows dynamic clients, registered using DCR, and allows them to be modified if the user has the required permissions.
Higher-level Android and iOS HAAPI SDKs
The Hypermedia Authentication API (HAAPI) support has been enhanced with two new SDKs (Android and iOS). They help with all the data marshaling (from JSON to Java/Kotlin/Swift as appropriate), some presentation logic, and other higher-level concerns. The resources and sample apps on GitHub have been updated to use these new SDKs.
Customer-requested Improvement and Fixes
Dozens of customer-requested features and fixes are included in this release. For instance, updates to the opt-in and conditional MFA actions. In addition, a new Entrust IDaaS authenticator was added. Apple's new CPU architecture, M1, is also supported. This means that local development can be done on the most recent versions of MacBooks.
Read the release notes for more details.
On Tuesday, February 22, at 16:00 CET we will host a short webinar to explore what’s new in 6.8. We will go through the release notes, highlighting new features, fixes and, enhancements.