In addition to the existing view options, such as the Gallery, Table and Collage View, the Masonry View has been lifted up to the latest tech-stack. It makes content accessible to the user quickly and easily via vertically stacked "cards".
Similar to the CELUM Extension Asset Marker, assets can now be enriched with additional icons and / or texts in brix:anura, based on the values of their information fields. For example, this allows the user to immediately recognize which assets have a copyright.
When selecting several nodes (within one or more trees), breadcrumbs are displayed in pill or chip mode and can be deselected individually.
A deep link to the current asset can now be copied to the clipboard with one click, so that the current detail view can be shared quickly and easily among others.
With the "Access Protection" module, public access to brix:anura / CELUM ContentLand can now also be restricted by requiring a CELUM login. Furthermore, it is now possible to dynamically determine the endpoint based on membership of a CELUM user group. This enables users to view division-specific content, for example.
The content of every response can now be restricted globally via a filter in the back-end. For example, you could define that no asset with an expired copyright should display. So, when a visitor is searching for copyrighted assets, only assets that have a valid copyright will be displayed. The search criteria entered the front-end are therefore always narrowed down automatically.