Date: 3rd of March, 2023
Klaw version 2.1.0 is a minor release with several new features and improvements. Key highlights of this release include redesigned approval and decline screens in the React UI, Confluent Cloud support, The ability to switch between teams, codebase optimizations, and additional enhancements.
What's new in Klaw 2.1.0
Redesigned request screens with React UI
With the switch to React, this release features a redesign of the following user interfaces:
- Approve requests for topics: Users can now approve or reject topic requests using the new UI.
- Approve requests for subscriptions (Producer/Consumer): Users can now approve or reject ACL requests for both producers and consumers using the new UI.
- Approve requests for schemas: Users can now approve or reject schema requests using the new UI.
To preview the new Klaw user interface, open the
application.properties file on the Klaw core module, and set the
value of the following property to
Enable new Klaw user interface
We are taking an incremental, feedback-driven approach in rolling out the new Klaw interfaces. By providing the feature flag to preview user interfaces, we would like you to share your valuable feedback.
Confluent Cloud Apache Kafka®
Klaw now offers Confluent Cloud Apache Kafka Topics and ACLs support, expanding its capabilities to interact with Confluent Cloud Apache Kafka. This release includes the implementation of the following APIs:
For more information, see Confluent Cloud.
Klaw now allows users to be members of multiple teams and easily switch between them without needing to log out and back in. With this new functionality, a single user can now have proper auditable capabilities while working across multiple teams. Additionally, users will benefit from increased flexibility and efficiency when working within the Klaw platform, particularly when creating or approving requests.
For more information, see Switch teams.
For a complete list of improvements, changelog, and to download the release, see GitHub release tag v2.1.0