We’re pleased to announce that, after nearly a year of major branch development, AtoM 2.3 is now publicly available!
This release includes many new features, including:
- Full redesign of the search/browse/advanced search module
- New full-width treeview option
- New Clipboard module to “pin” search/browse description results for printing or export
- Enhancements to the actionable PREMIS rights module
- Command-line CSV export functionality, with the ability to export search results and Clipboard results via the user interface (for authenticated users)
- New configurable inventory list to explore lower-level descriptions in a table-based view
- Advanced search filters for repository browsing, and the option to browse in either the card view or a new table-based view
- New AtoM API endpoints
We’ve also added a lot of bug fixes and usability enhancements, including:
- Update publication statuses asynchronously to avoid browser timeouts on large hierarchies
- Better keyboard navigation and screen reader support
- More options to browse within an archival hierarchy
- Improved CSV import/export roundtripping
- Improved response times for OAI-PMH module
- Support for database transactions to prevent data corruption when requests time out or fail
- Genre access point support for the ISAD and DACS templates
- Options to hide the digital object carousel, the language menu, and certain advanced search fields via the user interface
- New Docker environment available for local testing and development
And plenty more!
For further details and links to the relevant documentation, please see the full release announcement on the AtoM wiki:
As usual, you can find the Requirements, Upgrading, and Installation documentation on the AtoM website. Enjoy!