AdminUI 3.0 Release Notes
In this new version of AdminUI we have:
- Updated AdminUI to run on ASP.NET Core 3.1.
- Dropped legacy support for SQL Server 2008 & IE11.
- Added a new client wizard for web apps.
- UX Improvements
To get the latest version of AdminUI head over to the downloads section
Updated to ASP.NET Core 3.1
To access the latest security and performance features of ASP.NET, we have migrated AdminUI to ASP.NET Core 3.1 and version 2 of the ASP.NET Core IIS Module.
If you are using the AdminUI installer, you will be prompted to install these if they are not already present. If you are manually installing, please ensure that you have the latest ASP.NET Core Hosting Bundle installed.
Dropped Legacy Microsoft Support
Last year, Microsoft dropped support for SQL Server 2008. As a result, we have removed explicit support for this version of SQL Server. This allows us to use modern pagination and to reduce the number of configuration settings within AdminUI.
We have also dropped support for Internet Explorer 11 (IE11). This has been a long time coming, and whilst Microsoft will continue to support IE11, as a Single Page Application (SPA) managing sensitive data, AdminUI will no longer support this.
New Client Wizard
To reflect the changes in security recommendation coming in OAuth 2.1, we have added the ability to create a “web app” client that uses authorization code, along with Proof-Key for Code Exchange (PKCE). You can still choose to use the hybrid flow if this is all your client application supports.
More UI Updates
After receiving feedback, we have made improvements to the import client configuration flow. The new changes should make repeat imports more intuitive.