Our latest release of DevKinsta is now available!
If you are already using DevKinsta, DevKinsta should automatically update. For new users, this will be the new default download on our downloads page.
DevKinsta v1.0.2 provides the following changes:
- Improved windows install flow (DevKinsta installs WSL2)
- Pathing slash bugfix
- Fixes a MacOS SSL certificate deletion issue
- DevKinsta will now re-download the WordPress core if it is corrupted
- Fixes windows certificate error if the path contains a space character
- Display docker start error correctly on startup page
- Fixes changing the project path on windows
- Increased the Adminer upload limit
- Minor UI changes: added a border to the gravatar icon, added a margin to the 2FA label, changed the divider color in the Kinsta site list, added max length to project name, used larger images in site list, and typo fixes in Help & Support page
DevKinsta v1.0.3 has been released.
This version fixes a major bug where Windows users could not install DevKinsta.
See the relevant thread here..
Affected users will need to re-download DevKinsta and proceed with installation.
DevKinsta v1.1.7 has been released.
This minor update resolves an issue where MailHog was not working as intended.
DevKinsta should automatically update. Click the ‘restart now’ button to apply the changes.
We’ve released version 2.1.0 of DevKinsta!
Bug fixes include
- Site search under push and pull now stick to the header
- Fixed WordPress version number shown.
- Fixed an issue when DevKinsta failed to restart Docker containers.
- Fixed WordPress version selector when creating a site.
- Error display fixes
The latest version can be downloaded here.
Version 2.2.0 of DevKinsta is now available for update and download!
This release features new checks for docker’s disk usage to help with stability as well as some minor updates to how we handle PHP versions and database credentials.
We’ve also added a feature to the close button which will now prompt you on which action you’d like to take.
The mailbox screen now supports pagination.
This patch also includes a number of bug fixes and code refactors in order to optimize DevKinsta for the best experience.
If you have DevKinsta already installed, it should update automatically. It can otherwise be downloaded from this link.
Version 2.3.0 of DevKinsta is now available for update and download! Download here.
New features include:
It will now prune old DevKinsta docker images to conserve space.
We have a new PHP.ini editor! You can find this by going to a site and scrolling down. For example, try adding
memory_limit = 512M
Automatic port selector or select your own!
Bug fixes include:
- Resolved an issue where containers did not start sometimes.
- Resolved an issue where it would display the wrong site after importing.
- Resolved an issue where it didn’t cancel SSL generation properly after clicking on cancel.
- Resolved an issue where delete mail did not function normally.
- Resolved an issue where sometimes it would be stuck on a loading state on first start of the site list.
- Resolved an issue where changing project paths did not restart and apply those changes to Docker containers.
- Resolved an issue where it would appear as if the databases disappeared after a Docker upgrade.
- Resolved an issue where WP Debug would not disable.
There’s also been a number of performance updates with this version. Let us know if you have any questions or run into any issues with this latest update!
We’ve released version 2.4.0 of DevKinsta! You can download it here.
You can now selectively push just the database or just files to your Kinsta site
You can now rename your sites
The MyKinsta destination site is now placed into Maintenance Mode during Push with an option to cancel the Push if an error occurs (this restores the site and disables maintenance mode)
PHP 8.1 is now available for selection
New popup for Docker container status (notifications for when containers need to be started or recreated)
New popup to let you know if Docker needs to be started
Site import will no longer fail due to SSL creation failure
Better error handling for Mailhog issue on M1 installs
The Push site list has been updated to only show Staging containers
Mailhog can now handle email attachments
The pulled site now shows first in the site list when trying to push to MyKinsta.
- The Push and Pull processes now correctly modify site URLs in all database tables.
- We now avoid logging sensitive information in DevKinsta log files
- The Port Selector now changes hard coded URLs and the wp-config.php in addition to the URLs in the database.
- NGINX container no longer remains exited after port change
- Site size is now correct on Windows
- Mailhog issues with imported sites have been fixed
- Issue with DevKinsta setup progress bar being inconsistent has been fixed
- Settings page translation issues have been resolved
- Tray dropdown and modal language now also changes when application language is changed
- Fixed AutoAppDater issues on Mac
We’ve released version 2.4.1 of DevKinsta! You can download it here .
- MAX_BUFFER_SIZE issue when pushing large sites has been addressed
We’ve released version 2.5.0 of DevKinsta! You can download it here.
New Features and Enhancements:
- DevKinsta now uses ARM64 docker images on Apple M1
- Databases can now be renamed
- HTML content is now rendered within DevKinsta mail inbox
- Site renaming can now be cancelled
- Site push sync speed has been improved
- If site renaming fails, the newly created database will be removed/cleaned up
- MyKinsta site’s WordPress and PHP version will show on Push and Pull
- More descriptive error messages for Site Push
- Fixed email catching issues on Apple M1 machines
- Fixed Progress indicator animation for background operations
- Renewal of expired SSH key is now part of Push and Pull process
- Fixed false data display on Site Push and Pull views when remote environment cannot be loaded
We’ve released version 2.6.0 of DevKinsta! You can download it here .
New Features and Enhancements:
Update DevKinsta site from a MyKinsta environment
Automatically remove the partially-created site when site creation is cancelled
Ability to cancel the process when Port Change fails
Cache WP installers locally to improve site creation performance
- Rename site and database modals store previously provided value after cancellation
- Unnecessary “Ports are busy” notifications on startup
- Local WP requests to site domain failed (WP REST API and Imagify issue)
- Site Push does not delete the locally deleted files
- New version available” notification after Application Update
We’ve released version 2.7.0 of DevKinsta! You can download it here .
New Features and Enhancements:
- Individual sites can now be stopped/started
- Database files will now be cleaned up after sync is completed
- All long running operations can now be cancelled at any time
- WordPress installation is now optional for new Custom sites
- Proper labeling for WordPress/Custom Sites added
- PHP default
max_input_vars increased to 5000 (previously 1000)
- PHP default
pm.max_children increased to 8 (previously 4)
- Fixed Windows Hyper-V SSH key permission issues
- Adminer/Database Manager CSS has been updated to fix styling issues
- Fixed Project folder selection causing a white screen crash for German language
- Removed unintentional shell window opening on Windows when running RSYNC
- MySQL command logs no longer show credentials
- Site List dropdown menu display issues fixed
We’ve released version 2.8.0 of DevKinsta! You can download it here.
- DevKinsta can now be run without an Internet connection (Offline-Mode).
- Files and folders can now be excluded from the Sync process.
- Sort and filter options now appear when ten or more sites are present.
- WordPress sites can now be restored from ZIP archives.
(Add site > Custom site > Import backup)
A separate “Native Build” of DevKinsta for Apple silicon Macs is now available for download.
The default PHP version for new DevKinsta sites will now match the default on Kinsta hosting (currently PHP 8.0).
- Toggling SSL/HTTPS now correctly updates the site URL in wp-config.php.
- Syntax issues when enabling WP_DEBUG have been fixed.