Bug Fixes and New Features for Enhanced Stability
Daytona's recent update, version 0.55.0, brings a range of bug fixes and new features that improve the platform's stability and functionality. In terms of bug fixes, the update resolves issues with the workspace creation state, HTTP panic on login retry, and the removal of the '.env' file from the workspace SSH gateway.
The update also introduces several new features, such as the ability to stop workspaces when the parallel limit is reached, enhancements to Daytona Keycloak identity providers and themes, and upgrades to the Keycloak chart and its version. The update also includes improvements to the workspace CLI, including disabling the starting/stopping of already started/stopped workspaces, handling pinned limit reached prompts, and displaying loading indicators.
Additionally, the update refines the branding and status pages, allowing for SSH connections and additional actions. Version 0.55.1 addresses issues with the Daytona Keycloak theme name and a Keycloak PostgreSQL version mismatch, while version 0.55.2 downgrades the Keycloak version to 20.0.1 to resolve a bug. These updates demonstrate Daytona's commitment to providing a smoother and more powerful development experience.