Luigi 1.5 is here, and it offers useful new features as well as many improvements to old ones. You can now implement intent-based navigation in Luigi, and we've also added some new methods to our API. To see the full list of changes, read more below.
Luigi Client now allows you to navigate through micro frontends by using an intent-based navigation. This type of navigation decouples navigation triggers from the actual navigation targets. Rather than directly encoding the name of the target app into the URL fragment, app developers can provide a navigation intent such as
edit. You can find an example of how to use it in our documentation.
New Core API functions
The Luigi Core Auth API was improved by the addition of two new
logout functions. They allow you to login or logout a user dynamically. You can read more about them on the Luigi Core API page.
Accordion effect in categories
This new feature allows a category in Luigi navigation to act as an accordion - when the user clicks another category, the previously expanded category is collapsed and the new one is expanded. This feature can be used by configuring the
sideNavAccordionMode parameter. Read more in our navigation parameters reference.
New global search
For a full list of bugfixes in this release, see our changelog.
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