I'm wondering if there have been any thoughts after a year and a bit on how this has turned out? For example is $30 the right entry price point? (I'm grandfathered into $15 and wouldn't have joined at $30 fwiw). I'm genuinely curious as it's interesting from a startup pricing perspective.
@d19dotca Yeah, I was personally quite sad to see the minimalism go. Initially, when we had very few users it worked great lol. But now, with so many users, people are asking for configure options left and right. For example, CSP settings, Firewall settings, Dynamic addons and putting them all into the popup UI (with scrollable tabs!) was proving to be very difficult. Anyway, our first step was simply to remove the popup based UI as first step. Now, we can focus on making it more usable.
Probably I'm too late to reply to this topic, but I'm also looking forward to seeing SFTP for each application.
I need SFTP access mainly for WordPress and ghost for theme tweaks and updates.
For the moment, I use Transmit app and login with VPS root just for updating theme files.
So it would be great if I can use app-specific SFTP for security.
(There's already unmanaged Wordpress, but I like the managed WordPress app which separates Wordpress core from theme and plugins. )
@subven I gave this a try now and I am able to embed sites using that plugin just fine. Note that the setting used to control who can embed a site and not what can be embedded into an app. The plugin does the latter which is/was not controlled by Cloudron. Please open a new forum topic and write to support if this is still an issue and we can help debug further.
The start.sh within the app is fixed now with the latest release. Please let me know if this doesn't work now. The whitelist is still not enabled by default since the app sticks to the upstream projects defaults for now.
Probably have your hands full with 3.4, but I'd love this as well. It allows us to expand the functionality of Cloudron to fill any holes in our deployment requirements, and eases the pressure on you guys to get apps out.
Please note that existing Cloudrons will not use wildcard certs automatically. You have to go to domains -> edit the domain -> advanced -> Choose wildcard provider. New apps will then start using a wildcard cert automatically. Existing apps will start using wildcard certs once the existing ones expire. If you are impatient, you can just click on 'configure' of an existing app and click save to get a wildcard cert.
Also, wildcard certs only work with programmable DNS.
Finally, for new Cloudrons, wildcard is the default.