Boötes is a constellation in the northern sky, located between 0° and +60° declination, and 13 and 16 hours of right ascension on the celestial sphere. The name comes from the Greek Βοώτης, Boōtēs 'herdsman' or 'plowman' (literally, 'ox-driver'; from βοῦς bous 'cow').
- [new feature]Added new .NET v3.1 and v5 stacks.
- [new feature]Confirmation is now shown before removing users from an account.
- [improvement]Sped up Creator course list loading using pagination.
- [new feature]Added syntax highlighting for.razorfiles.
- [new feature]Added support for vanilla webhooks.
Andromeda is a barred spiral galaxy approximately 2.5 million light-years (770 kiloparsecs) from Earth and the nearest major galaxy to the Milky Way.
- [bug fix]Fixed occasional incorrect reporting of out-of-space message.
- Added some packages to the R stack.
- Fixed pulling GitHub files in Creator not working sometimes.
- Users are now notified when they have run out of space.
- Drastically increased the speed of large files loading in the code editor.
- Fixed downloads not working in some cases.
- Fixed file resets not working in some cases.
Pterodactylus was a generalist carnivore that probably fed on a variety of invertebrates.
- Added support for course sections in the Creator.
- Fixed some content not loading in the Creator.
- Fixed file tabs not reconnecting after a sandbox reloads in-page.
Oohkotokia was a large heavily built quadrupedal herbivore found in Montana, United States from 74ma ago that could grow up to 6 m (19.7 ft) long.
For customers with a large amount of content in the Creator, keeping content organized could sometimes be a bit difficult. To address this, we have released a new feature: course sections!
Course sections allow you to organize content inside of a course in the Creator. You can easily add content to a section, move it to a different section, and re-order the sections.
- Recently edited content is now displayed on the dashboard.
- Fixed tests not being copied to new content correctly.
- Added download links to file backups to project report pages.
- Fixed file names in the directory sidebar not aligning sometimes.
Nedoceratops (meaning "insufficient horned face") is a controversial genus of ceratopsid herbivorous dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous period Lance Formation of North America. It is known only from a single skull discovered in Wyoming.
Its status is the subject of ongoing debate among paleontologists: some authors consider Nedoceratops a valid, distinct taxon, while others consider it to represent an ontogenetic (growth) stage of Triceratops and thus a synonym.
By Nobu Tamura - CC BY 3.0.
- Content creators can now no longer change settings in preview mode of a content, to prevent them from accidentally editing the settings for the actual content.
- Fixed the stack list in Safari not showing up correctly.
- Database names can now be selected by the user when using the SQL results viewer tab.
- The SQL results viewer tab now displays a loading indicator when a query is in progress.
- The underlying performance of project file backups was improved.
- Fixed the user interface for the project reset popup.
- Added checkered background to image test output images.
- Fixed a number of quiz bugs.
- Added the ability to pull historical event data.
Megalosaurus (meaning "great lizard") is an extinct genus of large meat-eating theropod dinosaurs of the Middle Jurassic period (Bathonian stage, 166 million years ago) of Southern England. Although fossils from other areas have been assigned to the genus, the only certain remains of Megalosaurus come from Oxfordshire and date to the late Middle Jurassic.
- If enabled, LTI integrations will now automatically push updates for progress as a user completes tasks, in addition to their grade. To enable, visit your organization's settings page.
- Added a new stack for OWASP JuiceShop. Documentation for how to use it can be found here.
- GitHub files and instructions can now be pulled from non-master branches.
- Deployed new testing frameworks and added documentation for an improved process for testing Jupyter notebooks.
- Upgraded pip/pip3to the latest version in the Python and data science stacks.
- Improved UX for linking GitHub account requirements in content settings.
- Fixed GitHub file pulling not deleting all existing files before loading new files.
- Added checkerboard background to transparent images in the media viewer.
- Images in the media viewer no longer scale up to maximum height/width.
- Sped up the loading of all icons.
- Fixed first file tab not being set as active when the directory sidebar is disabled.
- Fixed quizzes not loading results.
Leaellynasaura (meaning "Leaellyn's lizard") is a genus of small herbivorous ornithischian dinosaurs from the Albian stage of the Early Cretaceous (dated to between 118 and 110 million years ago), first discovered in Dinosaur Cove, Australia.
- Added the ability to copy courses into your creator account with a single click (details here!).
- Added support for an account "manager" role.
- Added the ability to pull updates to source content for content copies.
- Added a toolbox sidebar inside the Creator to clean up the page and unify the location of a number of different tools.
- Converted check code editor from a text area to an actual code editor.
- Fixed GitHub instructions not syncing for some large courses.
- Added a search bar for the catalog page.
- Fixed code patterns are not wrapping in EdgeHTML (note: EdgeHTML is not a supported browser).
API, Reports, & Integrations
- Added support for passing custom metadata to the access tokens endpoint (docs here).
- Fixed contents from deleted courses still showing up in API requests.
Khaan was an oviraptorid dinosaur that was found in the Djadochta Formation of Mongolia and lived during the Late Cretaceous Period, 75-71 million years ago.
Copying content from a course into the Creator ― once a manual process that required Next Tech's support ― is now possible in a single click. This allows you to quickly sample Next Tech's courses, and more importantly, build your own library of pre-created course material that your account's content creators can use to get started.
Here are the instructions for how to do each of these!
Sampling Next Tech content
To try Next Tech's content, your account admin will first need to check the
Enable Course Copyingoption on your organization's page. You will then be shown this button on Next Tech's course pages:
Once you click this button, you will be shown a link that will take you directly to the copied content in the Creator. For larger courses, you may need to wait a moment for the copy to finish.
Using Account Content
This new functionality allows you to create "template" courses content creators on your account can use as a starting point for their own courses. This can help reduce course creation time and illustrate best practices you want your course authors to follow.
To get started, as an account admin or manager, from the course's page in the Creator, click
View in Catalog. From the catalog page, click
Edit Details, then enable the "Published" option. Account admins, managers, and editors will now be able to see this course in the catalog and copy it into their Creator.