Plugin now ok with Wordpress 6.2: Needed change in JCI-Block "Select a JSON-Use-Set" implemented
Follow URL-Location: If an API answers with a "3xx response" (e. g. 301 " Moved Permanently") the plugin tries to retrieve the JSON from the redirected URL
Caching for empty API-answers now works (e. g. API http-Code "204 No Content"): A "artificial" JSON is sent to the twig-template
Bugfix: Deleting twig-cache now works
Bugfix: sortbyjsonfield should now work like it should
Version 3.7.10 (Mar 19 2023):
New twig-functions: With wp_get_files_in_dir(dir) you can read the filesystem of ther server (if permissions allow this), wp_get_memory(FLAG) gives you the memory PHP allocates for this Wordpress request, see here for more
Extending caching: The curloptions are now also part of the caching-identifier. When checking if there is a cached file, also the curloptions are checked if they changed.
Bugfix: twig-filter "sortjsonarray" no works as with version 3.7.7 (there was a bug resulting in not sorting some JSON)
Remember - purge JCI-PRO: The JCI-PRO plugin is very backwards compatible. It comes with several old twig-parsers (all execpt the adjusted Versions 3.3.2 and 3.5.1) and a JCI-parser similar to that of the free JCI plugin. It's planned to remove all those deprecated stuff at June 1 2023. The JCI-Options Tab "Check install" displays when your JCI-PRO installation uses a deprecated twig-parser. Check this and switch to "JCI-twig 3.5.1", please.
JSON Content Importer is made by Bernhard Kux from munich, germany.