Today marks the first release of the new year! We have improved our documentation about our Phonegap/Cordova and Appcelerator plugins, in addition to their github pages. We have also added a new feature called custom region fields, which allows you to add properties to your geofences and re-use them later! Read all about it in these release notes.
A new release today, further improving our product to give you the best Plot Projects experience! We have made it possible to run beacon campaigns and we have made several improvements to our dashboard.
Campaigns can now be sent only once per location, giving you more control over notification resendability. Also, we have added our Phonegap/Cordova plugin to npm, allowing you to install it through npm. Read the full release notes below.
Last sprint we released our new plugin version, this time we release its features for both Appcelerator Titanium and Phonegap/Cordova. We also added segmentation for Phonegap/Cordova. It was possible to run geotriggers on your geofences and beacons, but they would trigger your app cooldown, with this release it is possible to make your geotriggers ignore this cooldown, perfect to smoketest.
We have just released a new version of the Plot plugin, version 1.11.0! It contains optimisations as well as new features, such as retrieving the cached notifications and geotriggers (read more about it here)! We offer an AAR for our Android plugin to simplify integration and have updated compatibility with the AltBeacon library. We also improved our dashboard even further, read more down below.
Today we bring you a new release! We have updated our dashboard to support experimentation with notification actions. Read all about it in these release notes.
With our latest release you can now use your own segmentation properties in our dashboard. Furthermore it is now possible to use deeplink to app when opening a notification. And we have added an option to the configuration of our iOS plugin so that it can be used together with other beacon or geofencing libraries.