Version 0.6.2 was released on September 3rd, 2015.
UI for modifying your plugin's settings! No more needing to be on the server to modify the <settings /> element of your plugin's a4t.xml file. From the Tridion Plugins tab of A4T, the View link opens a dialog that allows you to view info about the plugin as well as to configure it.
In the previous release, the View link would take you to the plugin view of the Webstore. A new Webstore link was added to the plugin that now does this.
Custom Context Menus are now available. As Context Menu Extensions (alread supported) allow to extend existing context menus, you can now create a class that extends from Alchemy4Tridion.Plugins.GUI.ConfigurationContextMenuDeclaration, which will allow you to create a new context menu that you can then use in your custom views (such as popups).
Extended Areas are now supported! Create a class that inherits from Alchemy4Tridion.Plugins.GUI.ConfigurationExtendedAreaExtension to create one of these!
Constants for the Main Context Menu has been added in Alchemy4Tridion.Plugins.GUI.ConfigurationConstantsContextMenuIds. Use these to target where your context menu extensions can go via the InsertBefore property.
Working with ASPX views is even easier! No longer do you need to add the <%@ Page %> directive, or the <cc:tridionmanager /> control, or even add a <c:ContextMenu /> for your custom context menus. You can just attach a Resource Group to an aspx page, right from your Resource Group!
// add just the filename of your aspx view... AttachToView("PopupSample.aspx") .SetContextMenu<NewContextMenuSample>(); // and the Type of your ContextMenuDeclaration as the type parameter
See the GitHub issue for more details.
For examples, check out the new Big Box of Samples GitHub Project, which currently contains some samples of the new features mentioned above!
For a complete list of changes, view the complete changelog on the GitHub site.