We've revived and re-launched our Software Development Kit (SDK) for developers to extend the Skedulo UI with custom web pages.
Connected pages are now known as standalone web extensions. They are still available as standalone components or within the scope of a package to extend the Skedulo web application.
The new Skedulo Packages SDK supports both standalone web extensions as well as Skedulo packages, which can also include web extensions. Packages allow you to create and deploy a suite of custom content to your Skedulo organization.
See the Skedulo Developer documentation for more information about the SDK and developing extensions for your Skedulo organization.
You can download the new Skedulo Packages SDK and configure your web extensions under Extensions in the Settings menu (previously labeled Connected Pages).
We've fixed an issue where overnight jobs incorrectly displayed conflict icons for available resources.
Organizations using resource requirements reported an issue with being able to save updates to resources and dates in the Availability Patterns modal.
The Save button now enables correctly when you update a resource or date.
Schedulers were receiving Something went wrong toast messages when they navigated back to the Skedulo web application browser window after not having it in focus for a period of time. These messages had to be dismissed by the scheduler before being able to continue. We have fixed the issue causing this toast to be displayed, and the browser no longer throws an error when not in focus.
A Something went wrong error was being thrown when a scheduler attempted to drag a job with an On site allocation status to another resource on the job page or swimlane. Job cards are no longer draggable when the allocation status is On site.