We are happy to announce that CKFinder 3.4 for both PHP and ASP.NET was released today. This is the next major release for the new CKFinder 3 line that introduces a lot of new features (especially for ASP.NET), two new localizations and several performance and user experience related improvements. Alongside this release, CKFinder provides also a Symfony 3 bundle for easier integration in your projects. Read on to see what else this new CKFinder version has to offer!
User Experience Improvements
This release comes up with several user experience improvements. These include adding the Compact View for displaying files in columns (not supported in IE9), adding "OK" button to information dialogs, fixed focus in settings panel when changing view type, fixed keyboard navigation for disabled context menu items and fixed drag & drop uploads on List View.
New features in CKFinder for ASP.NET
We have added a lot of new features to the ASP.NET connector. These include progress tracking for time-consuming operations (with a progress bar letting you know how long will it take to finish your current operation) and improved thumbnail caching (which puts less pressure on the server). We hope that these two changes will make your everyday work with numerous files less tedious.
We have also added support for IIS virtual directories in local storage adapter.
CKFinder 3.4 includes two new localizations: Swiss German and Ukrainian. We also updated the following localizations: Chinese, Czech, Esperanto, French, German, Kurdish, Latvian, Polish, Russian, Slovakian, Spanish and Turkish.
See the What’s New? page for a full list of changes.
Reporting Issues and Feature Requests
If you miss anything in CKFinder, have ideas on how CKFinder could be improved, or found a bug, please do not hesitate to report an issue in the CKFinder issue tracker. The tracker is public, so not only can you submit your ideas, but you can also browse existing issues and add your comments there.
All CKFinder licenses come with a year of dedicated support straight from core CKFinder developers. You can also refer to StackOverflow for community support.