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Announcing Hammer-5

We’ve just built Hammer-5. This release contains bug fixes, UI tweaks, and stabilization. Here are just a few of the things added since Hammer-4 release:

Announcing Hammer-4

We’ve just built Hammer-4. This release contains bug fixes, UI tweaks, and stabilization. Here are just a few of the things added since Hammer-3 release:

Announcing Hammer-3

We’ve just built Hammer-3. This release contains bug fixes, UI tweaks, and stabilization. Here are just a few of the things added since Hammer-2 release:

Announcing Hammer-2

We’ve just built Hammer-2. This release contains bug fixes, UI tweaks, and stabilization. Here are just a few of the things added since Hammer-1 release:

Announcing Gaprindashvili-7

We’ve just built Gaprindashvili-7. This release contains security and bug fixes, UI tweaks, and stabilization. Here are just a few of the things added since Gaprindashvili-6 release:

Reinventing the proxy for our remote consoles

Hello everyone, my name is David and I would like to tell you a story that started two years ago. Back in 2016 when ManageIQ was running on Rails 4.2 and the Rails 5 was in beta was when I started looking into ActionCable and WebSockets in general. I had this vision of having asynchronous notifications being emitted from long-running backend jobs that we could display on the frontend as notifications. In the meantime I had some bugs assigned to me about browser-based remote consoles. As you can guess, these consoles were also powered by WebSockets and I had a feeling that I could do some improvements in the area.