This release, v3.86.0,
contains some important updates, including the final removal of the v1 API, correction of issues causing errors on attempted session / course deletion, and other improvements. We encourage you to update your systems to take advantage of these improvements.
if you have questions please don't hesitate to send us a note at email@example.com
Highlights in this release:
- API Changes: API v1 is now removed. All calls to the Ilios API from outside systems should be made to v3. More information on the impacts of this change are available here.
- Schema Changes: Please see this API v1/v3 information for details.
- Other Changes: Direct API calls now allow for the deletion of sessions marked as post-requisites (still disallowed via the Ilios interface); course deletion bug fixed.
Codebase Release (Ilios/Ilios): YES
Interface updates pushed (frontend): YES
Current release: v3.86.0
Next release scheduled: 12 February, 2021
The latest code and the complete changelog for this release, as always, are available for download here:
DID YOU KNOW?
Ilios is a tremendously versatile tool for managing your curriculum and competency map. Among the things you can do (that you might not already know):
- Tag individual objectives with any vocabulary term or MeSH term;
- View visualizations of course instruction, broken down by theme, modality, and objective;
- Create multiple competency sets for application across programs;
- Set desired sessions as pre- and post-requisites to other in-course learning activities;
- Copy full sessions and their objectives;
- View a program's full competency map;
WE CAN HOST YOU
You can now plug the Ilios events & calendar dashboard, as well as the course manager, directly into your LTI-compatible LMS pages. It's as easy as clicking your mouse (two or three times). In order to deploy, you will need to be provided with a secure access key. Please email us for complete instructions at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Update Your Frontend:
The Ilios frontend is always up-to-date on our content-delivery servers at Amazon S3, but you will need to regularly run a console command on your backend instance in order ensure that your users are seeing the latest version and that they are getting all the latest features and bugfixes. To make sure you users are receiving the latest frontend code at all times, just follow the steps described here:
Though you will probably never need to deploy the Ilios 3 Frontend on your own servers, the source for the frontend code can always be found at https://github.com/ilios/frontend/releases.
The changelog for updates specific to the frontend can be viewed here.