We are proud to announce the release of Invenio v3.3.0. With this release, Invenio v3.1.x reaches end of life, and will no longer be maintained.
Invenio v3.3 supports Python versions 3.6 and 3.7. Python 2 support in Invenio ended on January 1st, 2020 with the official end of life for Python 2 on the same date.
See our quick start guide.
See our upgrade guide.
Please see the full release notes for details about minor changes, deprecations etc.
Highlights for Invenio v3.3
Python 3.7 is now supported by Invenio!
Improved support for Single Page Applications
Invenio v3.3 improves the support for Single Page Applications (SPA) by adding REST APIs for account management operations such as login, logout, user registration, password change, email confirmation and more. The integrated OAuth client also adds a new REST API so that you can login via your OAuth providers such as GitHub, ORCID and Globus.
Invenio-REST adds a CSRF middleware, called
CSRFProtectMiddlewate to protect
API views against CSRF attacks. The CSRF checks can be skipped in REST API
calls when using a personal OAuth API token.
We have revamped management of third-party dependencies. New releases of some of the many third-party packages Invenio depends on could often cause dependency conflicts. Invenio v3.3 introduces the concept of coordinator packages, who are responsible for properly specifying third-party dependencies.
The release notes contain a table with all the current coordinator modules.
Helm chart (BETA)
Helm-Invenio provides a helm chart to deploy an Invenio application along with all its required services: Redis, RabbitMQ, HAProxy, Nginx, Elasticsearch, Logstash and PostgreSQL.
This chart is currently in beta version. Its templates are currently specific for OpenShift. However, work is on-going to support bare Kubernetes deployments.
Invenio v3.3 will be supported with bug and security fixes until the release of Invenio v3.5 and minimum until 2021-05-18.
See our maintenance policy.
In Invenio v3.4 we are planning to release two major new features:
- Theming support and a new Semantic UI theme.
- A statistics bundle that adds support for collecting COUNTER Research Data Usage Metrics compliant statistics.
- Index migration support for migrating between Elasticsearch clusters (aka zero down-time reindexing and index migration).