Release Notes for 2022.4

Version 2022.4.372

Available on: 24 June 2022

Component Details:

addon-ansible:1.9.0, addon-mqws:1.3.0, addon-napalm:3.1.1, addon-textfsm:1.4.0, addon-themes:1.41.0, addon-trigger:1.36.0, pliant-api-radius:1.4.0, pliant-api:1.117.2, pliant-app-gateway:1.14.0, pliant-compiler:1.20.0, pliant-db-migration:1.31.1, pliant-flow-converter:1.2.0, pliant-front:1.156.3, pliant-integrations:2.81.1, pliant-proxy:1.26.0, pliant-scheduler:1.16.0, pliant-versioning:1.17.0, pliant-worker-nodejs-config:1.17.0, pliant-worker-nodejs-remote:1.30.0, pliant-worker-nodejs:1.88.0

Release notes - Pliant - Version 2022.4

Supported Browsers and OS

Supported OS: 

  • Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

Supported Browsers:

  • Google Chrome

  • Microsoft Edge

  • Mozilla Firefox

  • Apple Safari

Supported Screen Resolutions:

FullHD (1920x1080) or higher, with browser zoom level at 100%

Key features and improvements


Flow Layout now has a minimap that helps you navigate easily to any block by clicking it on the minimap. This is extremely useful when you need to view or edit more complex workflows:

Easier bulk breakpoint management

In Object Editor, there are three new buttons available:

  • Enable all - turns on all breakpoints set.

  • Disable all - turns off all breakpoints set.

  • Clear all - deletes all breakpoints in the current workflow.

Ability to rearrange variables in the Start block

You can now freely change the order of the variables in the start block by simply dragging them where you want them in the list:

Additionally, the default value and type columns were switched for better usability

Other UX and under the hood improvements

  • Object Editor now supports allOf schemas.

  • Authentication services now can have additional descriptions, helpful information, tips on creating authentication, and hints for each authentication property.