Tubewarder 1.6 released

Great news! We decided to publish Tubewarder under the terms of the GPLv3. Thus, you can now use it for free for commercial and non-commercial purposes. Free doesn’t mean you’re lost in case of problems: We provide professional support in case you need it. Continue reading

Tubewarder 1.5 released

We’re happy to announce the availability of Tubewarder 1.5. This new releases comes with a brand-new template editor with auto-completion, Handlebar-snippets and syntax-highlighting. Additionally, we’ve implemented two new output handlers for sending direct messages to Twitter and Facebook users. Continue reading

Tubewarder 1.4 released

We’re happy to announce the availability of Tubewarder 1.4. You may wonder why we jump from 1.2 to 1.4, skipping 1.3? Actually, we didn’t – we released 1.3 a week ago, but we wanted to implement some more improvements before encouraging you to upgrade. Thus, version 1.4 now comes with lots of great new features and improvements. First of all, we’ve switched the template engine from Apache FreeMarker to Handlebars. Handlebars is an easy-to-use, powerful templating syntax for building semantic templates effectively. Furthermore, we’ve made a breaking change (uh!) in the Send API – but it’s worth it, we think. Continue reading

Tubewarder 1.2 released

We’re happy to announce the availability of Tubewarder 1.2. Version 1.2 improves Email Output Handler’s SSL and TLS support, adds CORS support for the RESTful services and fixes some bugs. Continue reading

Tubewarder 1.1 released

We’re happy to announce the availability of Tubewarder 1.1. The new release adds support for configuration by environment variables. Furthermore, for the purpose of making it slimmer and more versatile, the MySQL server has been removed from the Docker image, so you’ll have to link a MySQL/PostgreSQL Docker container if you want persistence. Continue reading

Tubewarder 1.0 (Final) released

We’re happy to announce the availability of Tubewarder 1.0 (Final). The final version of 1.0 is equal to 1.0-RC2. Many thanks for all your constructive feedback! About half a year of intense testing, stabilization and optimisations have been invested after we’ve announced the the first pre-releases at the beginning of this year. Continue reading

Tubewarder 1.0 Release Candidate 2 released

This week starts with the second Release Candidate of Tubewarder: Finally based on the final release of WildFly Swarm 1.0, Tubewarder is taking the final step towards the stable version of 1.0 as well! 1.0-RC2 features improvements in the Java and NodeJS clients, a brand-new PHP client library and the ability to enter your individual License Key right in the web interface. Again, we’ve already updated the Docker image as well as the binary download on GitHub. Continue reading

PHP Client Library for Tubewarder

After we’ve already introduced Java and NodeJS client libraries for Tubewarder, here’s the PHP client finally! The client library makes it easy to connect your PHP applications to Tubewarder without dealing with the REST or SOAP interfaces directly. PHP >= 5.3 is required to use the client. We’ve updated our docs with an example on how to use the lib. You can download it from the product page. Continue reading

Tubewarder 1.0 Release Candidate 1 released

Tubewarder is approaching its first stable version with huge steps! Today we’re happy to announce the availability of 1.0-RC1, which contains a lot of improvements. You will especially experience a much better usability of the Admin Web UI. Of course we’ve already updated the Docker image as well as the binary download on GitHub. Continue reading

Tubewarder 1.0 Beta 4 released

Today we releases Tubewarder 1.0 Beta 4. The primary new feature of this release is the availability of UserGroups. You can now create groups and assign your users to one or more groups. Templates and Channels are assigned to one group as well. Therefore, you can control which users can see/edit which Channels and Groups. We think that this is a big advantage in real-life scenarios, as you probably don’t want all Channels/Templates to be edited by all of your Tubewarder users. The release is available for download on GitHub. Our Docker image has been updated as well. Continue reading