As of mid-July 2020, the Chrome (and Chromium) stable release channel has started to disable cross-site cookies by default. Mozilla Firefox has pushed this change to their beta channel and will likely release it to the stable channel soon. This change affects any DHIS2 application running on a different domain than the DHIS2 server instance, including applications running on localhost in development. It does not affect cross-site API requests which use Basic or OAuth authentication headers, as those do not rely on cookies for authentication.
We’ve recently released
@dhis2/uiversion 5. It unifies
ui-formsto simplify the user experience and allow for some architectural changes. In this post we’ll go through the most important changes to try and help you with the upgrading process. To view a complete list of all the changes see the changelog.
As you might know, UI Core version 4 has recently been released. We recommend you check out our changelog for the full list of changes. There are also live demos and API docs at https://ui-core.dhis2.nu.
In 2019 we established a new application development paradigm with the App Platform. The Platform provides a unified framework for DHIS2 Web App development, so it is time to deprecate a few of our legacy libraries!
The DHIS2 Core Team uses Docker to make development and testing efforts easier every day! It allows us to spin up various environments with any DHIS2 version, numerous tomcat versions and different components, such as Redis, NGINX, in no time. Because we wanted to share Docker with the community, we made publishing Docker images a part of our delivery pipeline. This guide aims to provide some guidelines on how to use Docker to quickly set up DHIS2.