Next.XP now supports base:shortcut content types. Note, that shortcuts are not displayed in Page Editor because there is nothing to edit.
You can now use multi-language Next.js projects with Next.XP, both in Content Studio and stand-alone. All that is needed for that, on top of the
i18n section in
next.config.js, is installing
guillotine application (if you don’t have it already) and adding a new environmental variable called
ENONIC_PROJECTS. You can read more in the upgrade section.
There is no more url and secret inputs in the next.xp application configuration. Instead, there is a dropdown allowing to select named configuration from the app-nextxp configuration file. Format of that file has also been changed to support that.
Static generation for every locale
Static paths query is non-recursive now and queries all content in one request per-repository
You can configure different site names for different locales
All environmental variabales now have
ENONIC_prefix to avoid collisions