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Wt & JWt 3.3.8

  • Posted by Roel
  • Wednesday, August 16, 2017 @ 18:09

We uploaded a final Wt and JWt 3.3.8!

Here are the main links:

This release fixes several bugs, and introduces a few small features, like OpenID Connect support.

There’s no Wt 4.0.0 RC3 yet, since few things have changed between the last RC to warrant a release yet. We’ll work on merging some new features now (like SQL Server support in Wt::Dbo) and refocus on getting Wt 4 ready for release.

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Wt & JWt 3.3.8 RC2 and Wt 4.0.0 RC2

  • Posted by Roel
  • Tuesday, August 1, 2017 @ 12:41

We uploaded a second (and likely final) release candidate for 3.3.8.

Here are the main links:

This release fixes several bugs, and introduces a few small features, like OpenID Connect support.

We also released a second release candidate for Wt 4.0.0: download wt-4.0.0-rc2.tar.gz and read its release notes.

Windows builds are available on the releases page.

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Wt & JWt 3.3.8 RC1, and Wt 4.0.0 RC1!

  • Posted by Roel
  • Tuesday, July 4, 2017 @ 19:05

We’re simultaneously releasing a first release candidate for Wt and JWt 3.3.8, and we’re proud to announce the first Wt 4.0.0 release candidate!

Get Wt 4.0.0 RC1 here: wt-4.0.0-rc1.tar.gz

All changes between Wt 3.3.7 and 3.3.8 RC1 also apply to Wt 4.0.0 RC1. For changes specific to Wt 4, see the release notes.

Here are the main links for Wt 3.3.8 RC1:

This release fixes several bugs, and introduces a few small features, like OpenID Connnect support.

Users of JWt need not worry. While there’s no JWt 4 yet, this does not mean we’re abandoning JWt. Most changes in Wt 4 are very specific to C++. We will work on updating our Wt to JWt porting toolchain after the release of Wt 4 so that JWt can stay in sync with Wt.

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Announcing OpenID Connect support in Wt

  • Posted by Roel
  • Tuesday, June 20, 2017 @ 13:11

You may have noticed that many companies, like Google and Facebook, allow you to identify yourself on other websites using their services, like the ubiquitous "Log in with Facebook" button. This means you can create web applications where users can easily log in with their Google or Facebook account.

Wt::Auth already included support for Google and Facebook log in, but we at Emweb are proud to announce that Wt::Auth was now extended with support for OpenID Connect. It is a simple identity layer on top of the well known OAuth 2.0 protocol. Now, instead of needing a slightly different implementation for every identity provider, there’s a standardized way of supporting many of them.

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