In the last 10 days, we have had 3 releases 🎉 bringing in a host of features 🛠️ and bug fixes.🐛🚫 There is also one critical security fix, ☢️👮 therefore, we request you to update to v4.0.6 at the earliest.
You can now share your sites from your local development machine, with anyone on the internet, using
ee site publish
# Publish a site
ee site publish example.test
Setting up ngrok. This may take some time.
Success: Successfully published example.test to url: http://example.ngrok.io
# Unpublish a site
ee site publish example.test --deactivate
# Publish using ngrok commercial service
ee site publish example.test --token=<token>
You can even run this command to access sites on servers which do not have a domain pointed to them.
Many of you requested this feature in the forums and here it is! We’ve added the ability to update a site from
site update command.
# Convert existing http site to https
ee site update example.com --ssl=le
# Convert existing site http site to https with wildcard
ee site update example.com --ssl=le --wildcard
# Convert existing http site to https with self signed certificate
ee site update example.com --ssl=self
In further releases, we’ll also add the ability to update from one site type to other.
You can now create an https site with a
# Create a site with a self signed certificate
ee site create example.test --ssl=self
For mac users, we will be
Also, since mac is used only for development, EE will
# Will create example.test
ee site create example
# Will create example.com, but you'll have to manually add it in /etc/hosts
ee site create example.com
- ⚠️Security Fix⚠️ Disable TLS v1 by default – TLSv1 was enabled, by default, on EasyEngine. Since there are known vulnerabilities in it, we have decided to remove the support for it. Although this might mean some of the older clients might not be able to access the site, you can re-enable the support by
ee config set ssl-policy Mozilla-Intermediate
. Checkoutour docs to see which other policy can you set.
- Added fix for “Unable to create site after updating from RC to stable” – Many users were unable to create new sites in servers when they updated from the RC version, this issue was fixed.
- Fix issues with local-
dband local- redis– There were issues with sites created using
--local-redisflags, these were also fixed.