Articles with category: Deprecated Features
As part of the continuous evolution of the open edX platform, the next version will be called Open edX Ironwood. The release date is scheduled for March, around the 2019 Open edX Conference (March 26-29, San Diego). Ironwood will be the ninth release of the Open edX platform and will include improvements over the current Hawthorn.2 …
12 March, 2019View more
The latest Open edX Hawthorn Release brings a wide range of improved convenience and usability features for learners as well as authors empowering them to make full use of the open edX platform's strengths to deliver effective learning.
4 September, 2018View more
Open edX Ginkgo is the name of the latest open edX release. This new release includes significant changes to the course outline, video player, administering exams, and more! …
16 December, 2017View more
Open edX Ficus is the name of the latest open edX release. It brings new and improved functionalities and performance and security upgrades.
6 March, 2017View more
Open edX Eucalyptus is the name of the latest open edX release. It brings new and improved functionalities to enhance the open edX platform.
25 August, 2016View more
The Dogwood named release, being the 4th release of the open edX platform by edX, is planned to be out there before the end of 2015. One of the main engineering challenges for this release will be migration of the Django framework from 1.4 to Django 1.8.
3 September, 2015View more
edX has recently announced the newest release of Open edX under the name Cypress. This new release is already deployed for all the instances of eduNEXT.
18 August, 2015View more
The new tree species in the Open edX named release space is called Birch. This one was first released on february 2015 and it includes some very interesting new features.
3 March, 2015View more
In order to make it easier for people in the Open edX community to collaborate and share knowledge over the Open edX codebase, edX has created a strategy of named releases, that will provide stable points for the Open edX initiative around the world to start working from. The first one of such named releases is called Aspen.
3 October, 2014View more