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drupal 8.3.2

2017, május 3 - 20:03
Release notes

This is a patch release of Drupal 8 and is ready for use on production sites. See the CHANGELOG.txt for a summary of changes and improvements since the last minor release. Learn more about Drupal 8.

This release only contains bug fixes, along with documentation and testing improvements.

The following important issues are resolved in 8.3.2 (in addition to the dozens of other fixes listed at the end of this post):

Update instructions

Beginning with 8.2.3, packaged Drupal releases no longer contain development PHP libraries. See Drupal 8 will no longer include dev dependencies in release packages for more information.

Known issues

There are no known regressions in this release.

There was a temporary problem affecting Drupal 8 sites built with Composer, #2875446: Drupal 8.3.2 installed via composer reports version 8.3.3-dev in UI. If you are affected by this issue, clear the Composer cache and try again.

Updating from versions older than 8.3.0

We've received reports of the following issues with the 8.3.0 release that may affect those updating from older versions of Drupal 8:

  • A few sites have reported #2869449: PluginNotFound exception after update to Drupal 8.3 where the plugin name mentioned in the exception may vary. Administrators of affected sites should check the issue queues of contributed modules in use. Comment on #2869449 if necessary.
  • Sites that have the HAL module enabled and are upgrading from 8.1.x have encountered #2867444: Configuration schema errors whilst updating to 8.3.0. Possible workarounds include updating to 8.2.7 first and then to 8.3.0, or (for sites using Drush) updating to Drush 8.1.10. (Note that 8.1.x has been end-of-life since September 2016, so we generally do not provide full support for updates that skip minor releases.)
File usage tracking causes unexpected file deletion

Drupal 8 currently has a number of known issues related to incorrect tracking of file usage, which can result in files being unexpectedly deleted from a site. Site owners experiencing unexplained file loss should consider setting "Delete orphaned files" to "Never" on /admin/config/media/file-system until these issues are resolved, and note the following issues:

Search the issue queue for all known issues.

All changes since the last release

Changes since 8.3.1:

Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz 12.11 MB d1fce1ec78ca1bcde4a346f4c06531b4 drupal-8.3.2.zip 20.02 MB 0efe03041beb93ddf42cced5d7a78ea4 Last updated: 3 May 2017 at 18:03 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.3.2Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Bug fixesShort Description: The next patch release of Drupal 8 is ready for new development and use on production sites.Packaged Git sha1: 998a14815eed491b8030dd9b277090e3d804eba8
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 8.3.1

2017, április 19 - 19:27
Release notes

This release fixes security vulnerabilities. Sites are urged to upgrade immediately after reading the notes below and the security announcements:

No other fixes are included.

No changes have been made to the .htaccess, web.config, robots.txt or default settings.php files in this release, so upgrading custom versions of those files is not necessary.

Important: If you are running Drupal 8.2.7 or earlier, update to Drupal 8.2.8 instead of 8.3.1 to apply the security fix as safely as possible. (You should still plan to update to this release at a later date, as the 8.2.x series is end-of-life and will not receive further updates.)

Minor releases like Drupal 8.3.0 may include changes to internal APIs and experimental modules that require updates to contributed and custom modules and themes per Drupal core's backwards compatibility and experimental module policies. See the Drupal 8.3.0 release notes for more information on the new minor release, including requirements for updating from 8.2.x releases.

Known issues

See the 8.3.0 release notes and the known issues for the 8.3.x branch. There are no known regressions in this release since 8.3.0.

Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.3.1.tar.gz 12.08 MB 0287dcda619e440f6d41b1cc48a81e56 drupal-8.3.1.zip 19.93 MB f60172210f762914471d2a8d112af9af Last updated: 19 Apr 2017 at 17:29 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.3.1Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Security updateShort Description: Maintenance and security release of the Drupal 8 series.Packaged Git sha1: cef38b32ac0cf08628ca9b386dce676874f42b3a
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 8.2.8

2017, április 19 - 19:27
Release notes

This release fixes security vulnerabilities. Sites are urged to upgrade immediately after reading the notes below and the security announcements:

No other fixes are included.

No changes have been made to the .htaccess, web.config, robots.txt, or default settings.php files in this release, so upgrading custom versions of those files is not necessary.

After upgrading to Drupal 8.2.8, the site's "Available updates" page may still list Drupal 8.3.1 as an additional required security update, but this information is incorrect and can be ignored; both Drupal 8.2.8 and Drupal 8.3.1 contain the same security fix. However, the 8.2.x series is end-of-life and will not receive further updates, so you should also plan to update to Drupal 8.3.1 or later once you have had a chance to test thoroughly. See the Drupal 8.3.0 release notes for more information on the new minor release, including requirements for updating from 8.2.x releases.

Known issues

There are no known regressions in this release since 8.2.7.

Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.2.8.tar.gz 11.53 MB 039507247f3712c3fb022805eb13faf4 drupal-8.2.8.zip 19.16 MB 4fb7fddfb34520f2a301b7b74a92f282 Last updated: 19 Apr 2017 at 17:27 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.2.8Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Security updateShort Description: Maintenance and security release of the Drupal 8 series.Packaged Git sha1: 75fde1e41e5555aacf0acba6370b11a4ec1a77d5
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 8.3.0

2017, április 6 - 02:33
Release notes

This is a minor version (feature release) of Drupal 8 and is ready for use on production sites. See the CHANGELOG.txt for a summary of changes and improvements since the last minor release. Learn more about Drupal 8 and the Drupal 8 release cycle.

If you encounter errors when updating to this release, see the known issues listed below. If you use Drush, update to Drush 8.1.10 prior to using it to update Drupal. There are known issues updating to Drupal 8.3.0 using older versions of Drush.

This minor release provides new improvements and functionality without breaking backward compatibility (BC) for public APIs except where noted below. Note that there may be changes in internal APIs and experimental modules that require updates to contributed and custom modules and themes per Drupal core's backwards compatibility and experimental module policies.

See the Drupal core change records for additional information on API changes. Translators should take note of a handful of minor string changes since the last release.

Backwards compatibility break to correct Serialization module output

#2751325: All serialized values are strings, should be integers/booleans when appropriate corrects a bug that would output all scalar values as strings rather than the correct data type in serialized output, including REST responses. This fix may require some client application updates if the application relies on these values being strings.

An opt-in backwards compatibility mode is configurable at the site level, but not enabled by default. Read the change record for more information on this change and on configuring the backwards compatibility mode.

Important bug fixes since 8.2.x

The following important bugs have been resolved since the final 8.2.x bugfix release:

New stable features

The BigPipe module has become stable in 8.3.0. This module provides an advanced implementation of Facebook's BigPipe page rendering strategy, leading to greatly improved perceived performance for pages with dynamic, personalized, or uncacheable content. See the BigPipe handbook page.

Improved authoring features Improved site building and administrative features Improved web services features

Drupal 8.3.0 significantly improves REST and API-first support with the following new features, API and developer experience improvements, and bug fixes.

Improved performance and scalability Testing improvements Experimental modules

The modules listed in this section are considered experimental for this release. Experimental modules are provided with Drupal core for testing purposes, but are not yet fully supported.

New experimental modules
Workflows (alpha stability)
This module abstracts the transitions and states system from Content Moderation into a separate component so that it can be reused by modules that implement non-publishing workflows (such as for users or products) as well as content publishing workflows. The module also includes support for default workflow states and transitions.
Layout Discovery (alpha stability)
Provides an API for modules or themes to register layouts as well as five common default layouts. By providing this API in core, we help make it possible for core and contributed layout solutions to be compatible with each other. The following contributed modules already have development versions that support the new API:

See the layout roadmap for the next steps for this module.

Field Layout (alpha stability)
This module provides the ability for site builders to rearrange fields on content types, block types, etc. into new regions, for both the form and display, on the same forms provided by the normal field user interface. See the entity display layout roadmap for the next steps for this module.
Updated experimental modules
Migrate (beta stability)
As of 8.3.0, the Migrate API now has beta stability, meaning that no future backwards-incompatible API changes are anticipated, so developers can leverage these APIs in custom migrations. Migrate will be considered completely stable after the issues tagged Migrate critical are resolved, to ensure the base API fully supports critical functionality.
Migrate Drupal and Migrate Drupal UI (alpha stability)
Content Moderation (alpha stability)

Content Moderation allows content workflow states such as Draft, Archived, and Published, and now depends on the new experimental Workflows module (described above) to supply workflows and transitions for these states. See the Workflows change record for more information.

Important: If you previously installed Content Moderation in 8.2.x, you must uninstall it before upgrading to 8.3.0 or you will encounter fatal errors. You will need to reconfigure your workflows and transitions with the new module after upgrading and re-enabling Content Moderation, so be sure to back them up beforehand. (No upgrade path is supplied since the module is still alpha stability.)

Content Moderation includes many additional improvements in this release:

See the Content Moderation roadmap for the next steps for this module. Both Workflow and Content Moderation must reach beta stability within six months for Content Moderation to remain in core.

Settings Tray (alpha stability)
This is a prototype of Dries's proposed Outside-In usability enhancements. It allows configuring page elements such as blocks and menus from the frontend of your site. See the roadmap of outstanding issues, which includes both planned improvements and known accessibility and interaction bugs. The module is more polished in this release, but still considered alpha stability. It needs to become stable within the next six months to remain in core.
DateTime Range (alpha stability)
The DateTime Range module provides a field type that allows end dates. This is important for contributed modules like the Calendar module to work with Drupal 8 core. The DateTime Range module plan is mostly complete and DateTime Range is expected to be beta stability soon, with only a couple of usability issues remaining. This module needs to become stable within the next six months to remain in core.
Place Block (alpha stability)
This feature allows the user to place a block on any page and see the region where it will be displayed, without having to navigate to a backend administration form. The Place Block module needs to reach stability within the next six months to remain in core.
Inline Form Errors (alpha stability)
This provides a proof-of-concept for showing form errors inline for improved accessibility. Since the last minor release, Inline Form Errors has improved significantly, including usability and accessibility fixes as well as underlying fixes to the form system. The Inline Form Errors experimental module's functionality is now automatically disabled while editing a field with Quick Edit because its method of displaying errors was not compatible with Quick Edit's. (There is a followup to allow any form to opt out of Inline Form Errors.) See the outstanding issues for Inline Form Errors for additional issues that remain before Inline Form Errors can become stable.
Package management improvements Other API improvements

Modules requiring Drupal 8.3.0 or later can take advantage of these additional API improvements:

Third-party library updates

In addition to the vendor updates and coding standards changes described below, PHP CodeSniffer and Drupal Coder have been added as development requirements: #2744463: Add phpcs/coder to dev requirements. (As a reminder, dev dependencies should never be added to production or Internet-facing sites. See Drupal 8 will no longer include dev dependencies in release packages for more information.)

Changed coding standards

Drupal 8.3.0 has adopted the following coding standards changes:

Known issues

We've received reports of the following issues with this release:

  1. Sites that have the HAL module enabled and are upgrading from 8.1.x have encountered #2867444:
    Configuration schema errors whilst updating to 8.3.0
    . Possible workarounds include updating to 8.2.7 first and then to 8.3.0, or (for sites using Drush) updating to Drush 8.1.10. (Note that 8.1.x has been end-of-life since September 2016, so we generally do not provide full support for updates that skip minor releases.)
  2. Some users have reported #2867253: Upgrade to 8.3.0: Call to a member function get() on array in CacheCollector.php. If you encounter this error, please provide a list of installed contributed modules and any other information about your site on the linked issue.
  3. There is a small BC break in statistics_get() when it is used with an invalid node ID. #2867493: Error: Call to a member function getTotalCount() on boolean in statistics_get() provides a fix for this issue.

Drupal 8 currently has a number of known issues related to incorrect tracking of file usage, which can result in files being unexpectedly deleted from a site. Site owners experiencing unexplained file loss should consider setting "Delete orphaned files" to "Never" on /admin/config/media/file-system until these issues are resolved, and note the following issues:

Search the issue queue for all known issues.

All changes since 8.3.0-rc2 Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.3.0.tar.gz 12.08 MB 1dcce599eddba07eb00e8879937525c3 drupal-8.3.0.zip 19.93 MB 67b9a07a1a2bab72ff0d0be670daf104 Last updated: 6 Apr 2017 at 00:38 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.3.0Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Bug fixesNew featuresShort Description: The latest minor release includes new features and backwards-compatible API improvements, and is ready for new development and production sites.Packaged Git sha1: 226cc0b21da1b49c654e3773da2ccd2341aca5d6
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 8.3.0-rc2

2017, március 15 - 22:30
Release notes

This is a release candidate for the next feature release of Drupal 8 and includes security fixes since the previous release candidate. Release candidates are not supported for production sites, but they are intended for widespread testing in preparation for the upcoming stable release. More information on release candidates.

This minor release provides new improvements and functionality without breaking backward compatibility (BC) for public APIs. Note that there may be changes in internal APIs and experimental modules that require updates to contributed and custom modules and themes per Drupal core's backwards compatibility and experimental module policies.

For a full list of the API and feature additions included in the 8.3.0 release candidate, see the 8.3.0-alpha1, 8.3.0-beta1, and 8.3.0-rc1 release notes.

Translators should take note of the string changes since the last minor release. Developers can review the change records for this release.

Important issues resolved since 8.3.0-rc1

This release candidate includes security fixes that were also released in Drupal 8.2.7. See SA-CORE-2017-001 for more information. Sites using 8.3.0-rc1 or earlier should update immediately. (Sites on 8.2.x should update to Drupal 8.2.7).

This release also includes a security-related update for the phpunit dev dependency. Since 8.2.3, packaged Drupal releases no longer contain development PHP libraries. See Drupal 8 will no longer include dev dependencies in release packages for more information. This update ensures that Drupal core requires the most secure version of phpunit available, so you should update any sites that do include dev dependencies with this version. Using dev dependencies in production is still not recommended. Be sure to follow the update instructions completely, including removing old files.

Additional important fixes since RC1:

Known issues

Drupal 8 currently has a number of known issues related to incorrect tracking of file usage, which can result in files being unexpectedly deleted from a site. Site owners experiencing unexplained file loss should consider setting "Delete orphaned files" to "Never" on /admin/config/media/file-system until these issues are resolved, and note the following issues:

A regression was found in this release.

Search the issue queue for all known issues.

All changes since 8.3.0-rc1 Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.3.0-rc2.tar.gz 11.75 MB 3bcddc9a48801f7035c7cb0e6f02f6d0 drupal-8.3.0-rc2.zip 19.7 MB 21feb40bcf7568663ba4d6ed3c0d9a6f Last updated: 15 Mar 2017 at 21:33 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.3.0-rc2Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Bug fixesNew featuresShort Description: Release candidates are not supported for production sites, but they are intended for widespread testing in preparation for the upcoming stable release.Packaged Git sha1: 0cc47a34bd0d95b1deff02715239c073dcb24693
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 8.2.7

2017, március 15 - 21:26
Release notes

Maintenance and security release of the Drupal 8 series.

This release fixes security vulnerabilities. Sites are urged to update immediately after reading the notes below and the security announcements:

This release also includes a security-related update for the phpunit dev dependency. Since 8.2.3, packaged Drupal releases no longer contain development PHP libraries. See Drupal 8 will no longer include dev dependencies in release packages for more information. This update ensures that Drupal core requires the most secure version of phpunit available, so you should update any sites that do include dev dependencies with this version. Using dev dependencies in production is still not recommended. Be sure to follow the update instructions completely, including removing old files.

No other fixes are included.

No changes have been made to the .htaccess, web.config, robots.txt or default settings.php files in this release, so upgrading custom versions of those files is not necessary.

Known issues

A regression was found in this release.

See the list of the known issues for the 8.2.x branch.

Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.2.7.tar.gz 11.53 MB 10b1669f750a9996096e76059c157b9a drupal-8.2.7.zip 19.16 MB d7fe1a24ce5edb30da87f87614889ed1 Last updated: 15 Mar 2017 at 20:27 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.2.7Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Security updateShort Description: The next patch release of Drupal 8 is ready for new development and use on production sites.Packaged Git sha1: e2fc6ffedf85722e2210edee645fa00d12771c3b
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 8.3.0-rc1

2017, március 1 - 16:44
Release notes

This is a release candidate for the next feature release of Drupal 8. Release candidates are not supported for production sites, but they are intended for widespread testing in preparation for the upcoming stable release. More information on release candidates.

Minor releases provide new improvements and functionality without breaking backward compatibility (BC) for public APIs. Note that there may be changes in internal APIs and experimental modules that require updates to contributed and custom modules and themes per Drupal core's backwards compatibility and experimental module policies.

For a full list of the API and feature additions included in the 8.3.0 release candidate, see the 8.3.0-alpha1, and 8.3.0-beta1 release notes.

Translators should take note of the string changes since the last minor release. Developers can review the change records for this release.

Backwards compatibility break to correct Serialization module output

#2751325: All serialized values are strings, should be integers/booleans when appropriate corrects a bug that would output all scalar values as strings rather than the correct data type in serialized output, including REST responses. This fix may require some client application updates if the application relies on these values being strings.

An opt-in backwards compatibility mode is configurable at the site level, but not enabled by default. Read the change record for more information on this change and on configuring the backwards compatibility mode.

Other important issues resolved since 8.3.0-beta1 Known issues

Drupal 8 currently has a number of known issues related to incorrect tracking of file usage, which can result in files being unexpectedly deleted from a site. Site owners experiencing unexplained file loss should consider setting "Delete orphaned files" to "Never" on /admin/config/media/file-system until these issues are resolved, and note the following issues:

Search the issue queue for all known issues.

All changes since 8.3.0-beta1 Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.3.0-rc1.tar.gz 11.75 MB 0acd6c49d5626cd47077eb2650a409cb drupal-8.3.0-rc1.zip 19.69 MB b865ad946d8eca8199d8b36a750f5b9c Last updated: 1 Mar 2017 at 15:48 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.3.0-rc1Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Bug fixesNew featuresShort Description: Release candidates are not supported for production sites, but they are intended for widespread testing in preparation for the upcoming stable release.Packaged Git sha1: 6a9957ac031cc5576d4a043ef77c8cc31d2f597e
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 8.3.0-beta1

2017, február 15 - 17:24
Release notes

This is a beta release for the next feature release of Drupal 8. Betas are good testing targets for developers and site builders who are comfortable reporting (and where possible, fixing) their own bugs. Beta releases are not recommended for non-technical users, nor for production websites. More information on beta releases.

This minor release provides new improvements and functionality without breaking backward compatibility (BC) for public APIs. There may be changes in internal APIs and experimental modules that require updates to contributed and custom modules and themes per Drupal core's backwards compatibility and experimental module policies.

For a full list of other API and feature additions included in the 8.3.0 beta compared to 8.2.x, see the 8.3.0-alpha1 release notes.

The following important issues have been resolved since 8.3.0-alpha1 (in addition to the numerous fixes listed at the end of this post).

Important bug fixes

The following critical and major bug fixes resolve several problems that affected data integrity as well as specific server environments.

User and developer experience improvements

The following improvements have been added to this beta (in addition to those that were already included in 8.3.0-alpha1).

In addition to the above improvements, a fix is under consideration for the Serialization module to change the API to explicitly return the correct data type for serialized data. This proposed change may impact sites, third-party REST/HAL/JSON applications, and contributed modules that expect data in the current string format. Note that this change is not included in the beta, but may be included in the upcoming release candidate, including an optional BC layer.

Experimental module improvements

This beta release includes several improvements for the experimental modules in 8.3.0-alpha1.

Updated third-party libraries Known issues

There are no known regressions in this release.

Drupal 8 currently has a number of known issues related to incorrect tracking of file usage, which can result in files being unexpectedly deleted from a site. Site owners experiencing unexplained file loss should consider setting "Delete orphaned files" to "Never" on /admin/config/media/file-system until these issues are resolved, and note the following issues:

The following issues may affect people running this release on specific hosting environments:

Search the issue queue for all known issues.

All changes since 8.3.0-alpha1 Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.3.0-beta1.tar.gz 11.71 MB 7c5b312098fd5573d6e1420cfe86275e drupal-8.3.0-beta1.zip 19.68 MB 5eadbbcf83724dd5779c660b2fc0f416 Last updated: 15 Feb 2017 at 16:23 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.3.0-beta1Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Bug fixesNew featuresShort Description: Betas are good testing targets for developers and site builders who are comfortable reporting (and where possible, fixing) their own bugs. Beta releases are not recommended for non-technical users, nor for production websites.Packaged Git sha1: b459401734b37f28b3efd5e8cbb0a885fca7fc55
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 7.54

2017, február 1 - 23:04
Release notes

Maintenance release of the Drupal 7 series. Includes a variety of improvements and bug fixes (no major, non-backwards-compatible new functionality).

No security fixes are included in this release.

Three change records are associated with the 7.54 release:

Except for documentation additions, no changes have been made to the .htaccess, web.config, robots.txt, and default settings.php files in this release, so upgrading custom versions of those files is not necessary.

Known issues:

There are no known regressions in this release.

Major changes since 7.53: All changes since 7.53: Download Size md5 hash drupal-7.54.tar.gz 3.12 MB 3068cbe488075ae166e23ea6cd29cf0f drupal-7.54.zip 3.62 MB d1888d42be1b41f9c3642b61b59014bd Last updated: 1 Feb 2017 at 22:08 UTCOfficial release from tag: 7.54Core compatibility: 7.xRelease type: Bug fixesShort Description: If you need stability and features from the widest variety of contributed modules and themes, this is the version for you.Packaged Git sha1: 986185c49bfecad6dfce7b6df81b325486585d9e
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 8.2.6

2017, február 1 - 19:56
Release notes

This is a patch release of Drupal 8 and is ready for use on production sites. Learn more about Drupal 8.

This is also the final scheduled patch release of the 8.2.x series aside from critical or security fixes. The next stable release planned for Drupal 8 will be the Drupal 8.3.0 minor release, which is scheduled for April 5, 2017. Sites should plan to update to 8.3.0 once it is released in order to continue receiving bug and security fixes. An alpha release is available for testing.

This release only contains bug fixes, along with documentation and testing improvements. Translators should take note of a handful of minor string changes since the last release.

The following important issues are resolved in 8.2.6 (in addition to the dozens of other fixes listed at the end of this post):

Update instructions

Beginning with 8.2.3, packaged Drupal releases no longer contain development PHP libraries. See Drupal 8 will no longer include dev dependencies in release packages for more information.

Known issues

There are no known regressions in this release.

A recently discovered data loss issue affects this release:

Drupal 8 currently has a number of known issues related to incorrect tracking of file usage, which can result in files being unexpectedly deleted from a site. Site owners experiencing unexplained file loss should consider setting "Delete orphaned files" to "Never" on /admin/config/media/file-system until these issues are resolved, and note the following issues:

The following issues may affect people running this release on specific hosting environments:

Search the issue queue for all known issues.

All changes since the last release

Changes since 8.2.5:

Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.2.6.tar.gz 11.53 MB 57526a827771ea8a06db1792f1602a85 drupal-8.2.6.zip 19.15 MB 9235f4c03f99b64726d5736337fd2265 Last updated: 1 Feb 2017 at 18:58 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.2.6Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Bug fixesShort Description: The next patch release of Drupal 8 is ready for new development and use on production sites.Packaged Git sha1: 711288453bb031c0ad5324f5361339d51a8dd511
Kategóriák: Informatika

drupal 8.3.0-alpha1

2017, február 1 - 18:03
Release notes

This is an alpha release for the next feature release of Drupal 8. Alphas are good testing targets for developers and site builders who are comfortable reporting (and where possible, fixing) their own bugs. Alpha releases are not recommended for non-technical users, nor for production websites. More information on alpha releases.

This minor release provides new improvements and functionality without breaking backward compatibility (BC) for public APIs. Note that there may be changes in internal APIs and experimental modules that require updates to contributed and custom modules and themes per Drupal core's backwards compatibility and experimental module policies.

This release includes the feature and API additions below.

New stable features

The BigPipe module has become stable in 8.3.0. This module provides an advanced implementation of Facebook's BigPipe page rendering strategy, leading to greatly improved perceived performance for pages with dynamic, personalized, or uncacheable content. See the BigPipe handbook page

Improved authoring features Improved site administration experience REST and API-first improvements

Drupal 8.3.0-alpha1 significantly improves REST and API-first support with the following new features, API and developer experience improvements, and bug fixes.

Improved performance and scalability Other API improvements

Modules requiring Drupal 8.3.0-alpha1 or later can take advantage of these additional API improvements:

Testing improvements New experimental modules

Experimental modules are provided with Drupal core for testing purposes, but are not yet fully supported.

Workflows (alpha stability)
This module abstracts the transitions and states system from Content Moderation into a separate component so that it can be reused by other modules that implement non-publishing workflows.
Layout Discovery (alpha stability)
Provides an API for modules or themes to register layouts. See the layout roadmap for the next steps for this module.
Field Layout (alpha stability)
This module provides the ability for site builders to rearrange fields on content types, block types, etc. into new regions, for both the form and display, on the same forms provided by the normal field user interface. See the entity display layout roadmap for the next steps for this module.
Updated experimental features

The following modules are considered experimental for this release. Experimental modules are provided with Drupal core for testing purposes, but are not yet fully supported.

Migrate (beta stability)
As of 8.3.0, the Migrate API now has beta stability, meaning that no future backwards-incompatible API changes are anticipated, so developers can leverage these APIs in custom migrations. Migrate will be considered completely stable after the issues tagged Migrate critical are resolved, to ensure the base API fully supports critical functionality.
Migrate Drupal and Migrate Drupal UI (alpha stability)
Content Moderation (alpha stability)

Content Moderation allows content workflow states such as Draft, Archived, and Published, and now depends on the new experimental Workflows module (described above) to supply workflows and transitions for these states. See the Workflows change record for more information.

Important: If you previously installed Content Moderation in 8.2.x, you must uninstall it before upgrading to 8.3.0-alpha1 or you will encounter fatal errors. You will need to reconfigure your workflows and transitions with the new module after upgrading and re-enabling Content Moderation, so be sure to back them up beforehand. (No upgrade path is supplied since the module is still alpha stability.)

Content Moderation includes many additional improvements in this release:

See the Content Moderation roadmap for the next steps for this module.

Settings Tray (alpha stability)
This is a prototype of Dries's proposed Outside-In usability enhancements. It allows configuring page elements such as blocks and menus from the frontend of your site. See the roadmap of outstanding issues, which includes both planned improvements and known accessibility and interaction bugs. The module is more polished in this release, but still considered alpha stability. It needs to become stable within the next six months to remain in core.
DateTime Range (alpha stability)
The DateTime Range module provides a field type that allows end dates. This is important for contributed modules like the Calendar module to work with Drupal 8 core. Contrib and site authors can begin working with the module so long as they are willing to manage the risks of using an alpha experimental module. You can read the DateTime Range module plan for the next steps to make this useful field a part of the Standard installation. This module needs to become stable within the next six months to remain in core.
Place Block (alpha stability)
This feature allows the user to place a block on any page and see the region where it will be displayed, without having to navigate to a backend administration form. The Place Block module needs to reach stability within the next six months to remain in core.
Inline Form Errors (alpha stability)
This provides a proof-of-concept for showing form errors inline for improved accessibility. Since the last minor release, important progress has been made on this module's has outstanding issues. Help resolve the remaining issues on the roadmap to keep this module in Drupal core for 8.3.0.
Third-party library updates

In addition to the vendor updates and coding standards changes descibed below, PHP CodeSniffer and Drupal Coder have been added as development requirements: #2744463: Add phpcs/coder to dev requirements.

Changed coding standards

The following standards have been adopted for 8.3.x. Drupal core does not yet fully comply with these standards, but will be updated during the release candidate phase.

Other important issues

Translators should take note of a handful of minor string changes since the last release.

The following important issues are resolved in 8.3.0-alpha1 (in addition to the dozens of other fixes listed at the end of this post):

Known issues

There are no known regressions in this release.

A recently discovered data loss issue affects this release:

Drupal 8 currently has a number of known issues related to incorrect tracking of file usage, which can result in files being unexpectedly deleted from a site. Site owners experiencing unexplained file loss should consider setting "Delete orphaned files" to "Never" on /admin/config/media/file-system until these issues are resolved, and note the following issues:

The following issues may affect people running this release on specific hosting environments:

Search the issue queue for all known issues.

All changes since the last minor release

See the Drupal 8.3.x issue queue.

Download Size md5 hash drupal-8.3.0-alpha1.tar.gz 11.68 MB 601f931d5a3281214917e3eabfd86408 drupal-8.3.0-alpha1.zip 19.65 MB e6ef960be022393e8f31158031fb4fea Last updated: 1 Feb 2017 at 17:03 UTCOfficial release from tag: 8.3.0-alpha1Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Bug fixesNew featuresShort Description: Alphas are good testing targets for developers and site builders who are comfortable reporting (and where possible, fixing) their own bugs. Alpha releases are not recommended for non-technical users, nor for production websites.Packaged Git sha1: b58c96d3ff481b2a41b3937107896cc0587bd71e
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