In anticipation for the upcoming release of Gravity Forms 2.5 on Tuesday April 27 (US EST), today we’ve published 6.0-RC2. If you haven’t already, we strongly encourage you to start testing Gravity Forms 2.5-RC3 and Gravity PDF 6.0-RC2 on a staging site to ensure everything is functioning correctly.
Our team has been working tirelessly to finalise our own release candidate for Gravity PDF 6.0, and is now ready for testing – almost perfectly timed with the 2.5-RC2 release. We’ve done a lot of refinements since we first announced 6.0.0-beta1 in October last year. The most notable are accessibility improvements for keyboard and screen reader users and better display of the admin pages for RTL languages.
Last week, we were notified about a bug in the Previewer add-on that could cause random Gravity Forms entry data loss and we have pushed out Gravity PDF Previewer 1.2.8 to resolve this issue. We strongly advise our current and past Gravity PDF Previewer Add-on users to UPDATE IMMEDIATELY to prevent any potential data loss from occurring in the future.
In episode four of our Team Spotlight series, we interviewed Jestoni Sumande, a full-time Back-End developer at Gravity PDF. The team calls him Jes. He’s happily married and a proud father to two kids. Jes has been a software developer for an astonishing 12 years…
We’re constantly working to improve Gravity PDF to provide our users with the best experience. To that end, last week we published the point release Gravity PDF 5.3.3 which includes bug fixes and some housekeeping changes. Most importantly, the update is compatible with WordPress 5.6!
Find out how you can set-up and schedule Gravity PDF Reports for GFChart documents, and have them delivered straight to you and your clients’ inbox using the GFChart Scheduled Notifications Add-on.