Here you can see the full list of changes between each Flask-Restless release.


As of version 0.6, Flask-Restless supports both pure SQLAlchemy and Flask-SQLAlchemy models. Before that, it supported only Elixir models.

Version 0.9.1

Released on January 17, 2013.

  • #126: fix documentation build failure due to bug in a dependency.
  • #127: added “ilike” query operator.

Version 0.9.0

Released on January 16, 2013.

  • Fixed issue #123: PATCH requests to instances which do not exist result in a 404 Not Found response.
  • Removed ability to provide a Session class when initializing APIManager; provide an instance of the class instead.
  • Changes some dynamically loaded relationships used for testing and in examples to be many-to-one instead of the incorrect one-to-many. Versions of SQLAlchemy after 0.8.0b2 raise an exception when the latter is used.
  • Fixed issue #117: allow adding related instances on PATCH requests for one-to-one relationships.
  • Fixed issue #114: fix bug where string representations of integers were converted to integers.
  • Fixed issue #110: enable results_per_page query parameter for clients, and added max_results_per_page keyword argument to APIManager.create_api().
  • Fixed issue #109: use sphinxcontrib-issuetracker to render links to GitHub issues in documentation.
  • Fixed issue #105: added ability to set a list of related model instances on a model.
  • Fixed issue #107: server responds with an error code when a PATCH or POST request specifies a field which does not exist on the model.
  • Fixed issue #108: dynamically loaded relationships should now be rendered correctly by the views._to_dict() function regardless of whether they are a list or a single object.

Version 0.8.0

Released on November 19, 2012.

  • Fixed issue #104: added num_results key to paginated JSON responses.
  • Fixed issue #94: views._to_dict() should return a single object instead of a list when resolving dynamically loaded many-to-one relationships.

Version 0.7.0

Released on October 9, 2012.

  • Fixed issue #86 allow specifying include and exclude for related models.
  • Added exclude_columns keyword argument to APIManager.create_api().
  • Fixed issue #101: exclude in views._to_dict() function now correctly excludes requested fields from the returned dictionary.
  • Added working include and exclude functionality to the views._to_dict() function.
  • Fixed issue #98: GET requests to the function evaluation endpoint should not have a data payload.
  • Added a total_pages mapping to the JSON response according to pull request #93.
  • Fixed issue #91: correctly handle POST requests to nullable DateTime columns.
  • Fixed issue #83: allow POST requests with one-to-one related instances.
  • Fixed issue #79: attempted to access attribute of None in constructor of APIManager.

Version 0.6

Released on June 20, 2012.

  • Added post_form_preprocessor keyword argument to APIManager.create_api(); see issue #74.
  • Fixed issue #77: validation errors are now correctly handled on PATCH requests.
  • Added support for accessing model instances via arbitrary primary keys, instead of requiring an integer column named id.
  • Added example which uses curl as a client.
  • Added support for pagination of responses.
  • Fixed issue due to symbolic link from README to when running pip bundle foobar Flask-Restless.
  • Separated API blueprint creation from registration, using APIManager.create_api() and APIManager.create_api_blueprint().
  • Added support for pure SQLAlchemy in addition to Flask-SQLAlchemy.

Version 0.5

Released on April 10, 2012.

  • Dual-licensed under GNU AGPLv3+ and 3-clause BSD license.
  • Added capturing of exceptions raised during field validation.
  • Added examples/, showing how to create separate API endpoints for a single model.
  • Added include_columns keyword argument to create_api() method to allow users to specify which columns of the model are exposed in the API.
  • Replaced Elixir with Flask-SQLAlchemy. Flask-Restless now only supports Flask-SQLAlchemy.

Version 0.4

Released on March 29, 2012.

  • Added Python 2.5 and Python 2.6 support.
  • Allow users to specify which HTTP methods for a particular API will require authentication and how that authentication will take place.
  • Created base classes for test cases.
  • Moved the evaluate_functions function out of the module and corrected documentation about how function evaluation works.
  • Added allow_functions keyword argument to create_api().
  • Fixed bug where we weren’t allowing PUT requests in create_api().
  • Added collection_name keyword argument to create_api() to allow user provided names in URLs.
  • Added allow_patch_many keyword argument to create_api() to allow enabling or disabling the PATCH many functionality.
  • Disable the PATCH many functionality by default.

Version 0.3

Released on March 4, 2012.

  • Initial release in Flask extension format.

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