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Owlet Weekly Update (Week of April 5)

Hello and happy Tuesday, friends! This week, we're coming to you with another somewhat underwhelming update as we work on some bigger redesigns to our reference section. We have two more preview sessions if you want to check out what we've been cooking up! 🧑‍🍳

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Owlet Weekly Update (Week of March 29)

Hello and welcome to another weekly update! If you're dialed into all things ReadMe, you'll know that we officially launched ReadMe Recipes last week 🎊 we've been subtly teasing it for months here in the Owlet Weekly Update and we couldn't be more excited that it's finally out in the wild! Be sure to check out our latest blog post to see the incredible stuff that our customers are already whipping up with ReadMe Recipes. 🧑‍🍳

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Owlet Weekly Update (Week of March 22)

Hello and happy Tuesday, folks! As you probably know by now, we're ringing in Aries season (a very special time of the year for the ReadMe Team) with some hard work on bigger redesigns. We'll have some more news to share soon, but in the meantime, we're shipping a smaller release with fixes related to discriminators and search indexing. More below! ♈

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The Owlbert Patch (March 17th) 🔧

This hotfix is for yesterday's release and applies to Enterprise customers sending in User Data with their Custom Login.

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Owlet Weekly Update (Week of March 15)

Hello and welcome to another weekly update! As previously mentioned, we're keeping this release on the smaller side as we work on some bigger redesigns. This week, we're increasing character limits, among other things. Details below!

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Owlet Weekly Update (Week of March 8)

Hello and happy Tuesday, folks! This release is a bit on the lighter side (along with several releases going forward—see the programming note below), but just because it's light doesn't mean that it isn't substantial! (For evidence of this: see salad with chickpeas.) This week, we're shipping custom login setup improvements and navigational fixes. Details below! 🥗

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The Owlbert Patch (March 4th) 🔥

What's this? Two posts in a single week? Well folks, we occasionally do smaller releases outside of our regular release cycle—usually to fix bugs that may have cropped up in the last release. We're going to try and provide better transparency about these smaller hotfix releases in a new segment that's tentatively called The Owlbert Patch! We just shipped a tiny release that includes a couple of glaring issues with the API Explorer that have been plaguing us for a while. Details below! :owlbert-books::owlbert-books:

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Owlet Weekly Update (Week of March 1)

Hello and happy March, folks! The arrival of March brings us lots of things—a bleak reckoning with the fact that we (at least those of us in the US) have been dealing with this pandemic for about a year now, but also longer and warmer days (for the most part). And y'all—climate science isn't alone in bringing sunshine and warmth into your lives! This week, we're shipping instant cache invalidation, Google Analytics 4 support, and lots of other little fixes and improvements. Details below! 🌞

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Owlet Weekly Update (Week of February 22)

Hello and happy Pisces season (the best time of the year, according to... nobody), friends! ♓ It's only fair that we ring in the majestic season of the fish with an overly emotional tribute to some code that we deleted this week. We're also shipping support for discriminators (not the kind that you're thinking of, probably) in the API Explorer, as well as several performance and design improvements. Details below! 🐟

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Owlet Weekly Update (Week of February 15)

Hello and welcome to another weekly update! I know I keep teasing it, but we're hard at work on several new ReadMe experiences and improvements that we'll be sharing news on very soon. But the wins are not just long-term, folks! This week includes a lot of behind-the-scenes improvements so our engineers can build and ship much faster (hello, npm 7!) and we also shipped a few small wins on the API Explorer and Firefox front. Details below! 🦊