What’s New in Pimcore Minor Releases 10.4 and 10.5
In this blog article, we would like to highlight 10.4 and 10.5 versions' key features, improvements and technical updates.
User Interface (UI) Features:
Data Object: Custom Layout for Object Bricks: (10.5)
It is now possible to configure custom layouts for object bricks, too, so you have more flexibility for defining custom layouts and also configure layouts for object brickfields. Credit goes to Blackbit More info
Documents: Brick Preview Tooltip: (10.5)
Performance Improvements for Big Datasets: (10.4)
In version 10.4, a significant performance improvement has been made to big datasets in grids and trees, focusing on non-admin users who must do additional permission checks. High performance is always a key to a better user experience. Thanks to kingjia90 and our partner Blackbit More info
Asset Tree Optimizations: (10.4)
Additional Delete Confirmation Window with Item Name: (10.5)
In Pimcore 10.5 additional pop-up windows are implemented before the user deletes certain elements like targeting rules/groups, custom reports, thumbnails, classificationstore and many more. Pop up window contains the item name about to be deleted. This avoids accidental deletion. More Info Thanks to dpfahlbusch
Not just features, but also technical improvements:
10.4 Technical Improvements:
Store different versions of data in database table: Version 10.4 comes with the store versions depending on their size into a dedicated database and thus reduces load on filesystem and improves performance. Thanks to brusch More Info
Thumbnail Improvements: Significant improvements have been made in the area of thumbnails to improve the performance (combination with(remote) object storage like S3) and image optimization routines.
Code Quality: We further improved our code quality and bumped it to php stan level 5 in our 10.4 release.
10.5 Technical Improvements:
Countless deprecation fixes and updates of phpdoc for parameter types and return types
Added additional events for further customizing options
Thanks to our partners, communities, and developers for contributing to the version releases of X.
What’s coming next?
As you already know, Pimcore X is completed, and we are gearing up for Pimcore 11 release in the upcoming weeks and months.
Pimcore 11 key areas:
Upgrade to Symfony 6 and major versions of other dependencies, related work and improvements.
Introduction to strict typing parameters and return types.
Outsourcing certain modules to separate packages and bundles makes the core product leaner, more focused and easier to customize.
For sure, there will be cleanups and improvements as well.
And much more...
Stay updated by having a look at the Pimcore 11 milestone. Please follow the link Pimcore 11
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