July 01, 2014  -  by Nicolas Bottari

Henshu almost 1 year old, soon to reach 1.0

A year has almost past since Henshu was publicly released. In that time, Henshu has gone from relying on the Channel Entries API to running its own methods, leading the way to one of the most popular features: multi-entry custom field editing. After much testing, the day where this feature is a reality is here.

A beta of the upcoming Henshu 1.0.0 is now available for paying users to try out (EE will display it as 0.9.9.1 until 1.0.0 is officially released). The main feature is of course multi-entry custom field editing. Another is the often-requested ability for Henshu to trigger hooks usually found natively in EE, so that third-party add-ons such as Stash or CE Cache can be called when saving data, as you would when saving from an entry form. The full changelog can be found here: https://zenbustudio.com/software/changelog/henshu#1.0.0

With Henshu 1.0.0, the core set of features that were originally planned for Henshu is finally complete. This also means the end of pre-1.x pricing for Henshu, which will more closely follow Hokoku’s pricing once Henshu reaches 1.0.0.

Henshu 1.0.0 is planned to be released on its 1-year public release anniversary, on July 9th, 2014. In the meantime, feel free to contact me if you encounter any issues. Thank you as always for being so enthusiastic about Zenbu Studio’s software. \(^_^)/

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