admin-on-rest 0.5 is out

  • To determine the column header, or the form label, Fields and Inputs components now use the source when there is no label .
  • Admin-on-rest is smart enough to “humanize” the source so that it is readable by a human.
  • You should now be able to write complete admins without ever looking at the components source.
  • Although you can create a REST client function of your own, when all you need is to add custom headers to all the requests sent by admin-on-rest, it’s cumbersome to duplicate the existing code of simpleRestClient .
  • [BC Break] Remove credentials: include header enabled by default


Published on 10 November 2016

by François Zaninotto

with tags admin-on-rest ng-admin ReactJS open source

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