18 Dec Tapestry v2.28.0-beta
Some releases of Tapestry focus on newly created features, while others focus on making improvements to the current ones. This version of Tapestry, released in July, included many bug fixes and enhancements to the existing features, with a particular focus on improving the authoring experience. Enhancements included:
- Adding support for non-video H5P content
We have done further testing and fine-tuned our H5P integration to ensure you can use most of what H5P offers.
The H5P widget in the Tapestry Tool allows for the integration of a variety of different interactive content types into Tapestry nodes. Recently, we have prioritized enhancements to certain non-video H5P content types (such as Columns), as users have requested greater access and flexibility.
- Authoring improvements
There are a slew of new enhancements aimed at making the authoring experience less error-prone, such as:
- Enable password-protected tapestries in WordPress
You can now password-protect any tapestry from the WordPress interface without requiring users to log in
Additionally, we made stability and code improvements to ensure Tapestry works better than ever. You can take a look at the full release notes on Github: https://github.com/wynnset/tapestry-wp/releases/tag/v2.28.0-beta.
If you notice any bugs, we would appreciate if you would report them at bug.tapestry-tool.com.