- Cosmos Server v0.9.0 (Platform): New HTTPS/DNS challenge system, restart no longer required when updating config, new homepage style, various other updates
- Immich v1.67.0 (Photos): Added ability to merge similar faces, improved range selection behavior, and reduced RAM usage of machine learning service
- Kavita v0.7.4 (Book Server): Launch of Kavita+ subscription hosting service, various other minor enhancements and bug fixes
- Komga v1.2.0 (Comics): API updates, page hash deletion options, added sharing label to filter panel, komga.org announcements within the application
- Medusa v1.12.2 (eCommerce): Simplified entity and validator extensions, other minor updates and fixes
- MicroBin v2.0.4 (Pastebin): Server/client-side encryption, SQLite support by default, new admin console, image/video embedding, and many other updates and fixes
- miniboard v1.0.0 (Uptime Monitor): GUI config page for uptime monitor, webpage refresh intervals, Shoutrrr notification support, panel timeouts
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- PrivateBin v1.5.2 (Pastebin): S3 storage improvements, library updates, other minor fixes
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- Vaultwarden v1.29.0 (Password Manager): WebSocket support via default HTTP port (dedicated port no longer needed), mobile client push notification support, support for storing passkeys server-side
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Self-Hosted Spotlight: Atheos
Meet Atheos, a self-hosted, web-based IDE framework forked and completely rewritten from the inactive Codiad project. And while popular, similar-featured alternatives like code-server already exist, Atheos' bragging rights come in the form of minimal requirements and a low resource footprint – something not commonly found in modern IDEs.
Atheos supports many of the features one might expect from an IDE, including extensive language support, a plugin marketplace, real-time collaborative editing, multiple user support, error checking, and more. Its interface is minimal as well, consisting of two primary panels (project manager and editor) with a hidden third panel for system options.
It can be installed locally through cloning the software's GitHub repository or via Docker.
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