We've added a Rails data-confirm example to the docs for you to see how that looks. Plus, we've updated all the gems and node modules to the very latest versions. And we've also fixed a bug with the Jumpstart routes being mounted in production. Check GitLab to merge the latest changes into your app!
Create admin users in the Jumpstart dashboard
Want to create a new admin user while you're setting up Jumpstart for the first time? Now you can do it all from the Jumpstart configuration dashboard.
We've migrated mentions from the users controller to its own controller and added the pg_search gem to filter results.
Confirm modals now handle Escape and Enter keys
We've fixed the confirm modals to let you type Enter and Escape to confirm or cancel the modal.
We've added API tokens, authentication, routes, controllers, and views to make building your own APIs easier. Check out the details of how to use API features here: https://jumpstartrails.com/jumpstart/docs/api
Now when you choose Sidekiq as your background job processor, we'll automatically generate config/sidekiq.yml for you. This is pre-configured to run multiple queues including default and mailers, the two standard queues that Rails uses in Active Job.
You can now upgrade your Single Site license to an Unlimited Site license by simply paying the difference ($300 USD). Simply click "Edit License" and then you can upgrade your license to the unlimited sites license at any time.
Braintree Merchant ID
Inside your credentials file in the Braintree section, you should have a key called "merchant_id". Previously this was called "merchant_key". To update existing applications, simply rename "merchant_key" to "merchant_id".
Encrypted OAuth Access Tokens
For added security, we've added attr_encrypted to encrypt OAuth access tokens.