Version 2.3.0 has just been released and adds a few new features as well as a minor bug fix.
Creating networks and Storage Volumes on clustered hosts require a subset of the configuration be passed to each cluster member before creating the object. In the prior release this functionality was added to the web form, in this release it has now been added when submitting a network or storage volume through JSON code.
If you had collapsed the sidebar menu in the previous versions, it would revert back to the original expanded state on page reloads or when clicking to a new page. Using web browser local storage, the state of the sidebar is now saved retaining the setting through page loads or clicking new pages within the dashboard.
When configuring the memory or CPU options in the the web form of an instance, some options were specific to only container or virtual-machine type instances. These settings have now been disabled depending on which instance type is loaded. This makes it easier for the user to know which settings do not apply to their instance. Also in the back-end PHP code, the processing of these configuration parameters has been restricted based on which type of instance submitted the configuration changes. In the previous release the lack of this code prevented virtual-machine types to update using the web form.