Hue 4.3 and its Analytics and Django improvements are out!

Published on 17 October 2018 in Version 4 / Release - 2 minutes read - Last modified on 04 February 2020

Hi Big Data Explorers,

 

The Hue Team is glad to thanks all the contributors and release Hue 4.3! 

 

The focus of this release was a big refresh to upgrade Django to 1.11, the latest Python 2.7 compatible version at the time.

It contains a log of improvements for the SQL Editor variables and catalog, as well as for the Dashboarding. It also prepares the ground for multi cluster support (HUE-8330) and building data apps more easily.

This release comes with 900 commits and 200+ bug fixes! Go grab the tarball and give it a spin!


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Here is a list of the main improvements. For all the changes, check out the release notes and for a quick try open-up demo.gethue.com.

Summary

 

Onwards!

 

As usual thank you to all the project contributors and for sending feedback and participating on the [hue-user][24] list or [@gethue][25]!

 

 

[20]: http://Improved dashboards layouts [21]: https://cdn.gethue.com/uploads/2018/08/dashboard_layout_dnd.gif [22]: https://gethue.com/improved-job-scheduling-monitoring/ [23]: https://gethue.com/improved-oozie-workflow-graph-display-in-hue-4-3/ [24]: http://groups.google.com/a/cloudera.org/group/hue-user [25]: https://twitter.com/gethue


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