A few weeks ago, on the five year anniversary of our project, we announced plans to create a Hosted edition of the Revive Adserver software. Today we’re proud to unveil the Revive Adserver Hosted edition.
An overview of the number of Revive Adserver installations over time, how this breaks down by version number, plus a few tips to help you stay informed about updates.
On the fifth anniversary of the Revive Adserver project, we’re announcing plans to offer the Revive Adserver Hosted Edition. Sign up for the waiting list, to be among the first to get access to it.
This new version of the Revive Adserver software includes two new settings that help with GDPR compliance, and it fixes two bugs that were recently discovered.
We’re working on a new release, v4.2.0, of the Revive Adserver software, with support for these new GeoIP2 and GeoLite2 data files created by MaxMind
This is a maintenance release taking care of a single non-critical bug that was discovered in Revive Adserver v4.1.2 shortly after it was released on February 6th, 2018.
This new release fixes a number of bugs that were discovered since the release of Revive Adserver v4.1.1 on October 24, 2017, and it has a small improvement for the HTML5 banner functionality introduced with v4.1 in October 2017.
We are delighted to be able to announce that we have now reached our $500/month goal, and are only $173/month away from our $1000/month goal.
This new release fixes a number of bugs: Users trying to upgrade their installations reported problems when they initially installed the software before v2.8.x. These problems have now been fixed. Systems that were initially installed with v3.0 or higher, were not affected. We also fixed a small but annoying issue on the Campaign Properties screen when editing an existing campaign.
Revive Adserver v4.1 is available now. This version contains several enhancements and improvements, and some bug fixes. The most important enhancements are: support for HTML5 ads (beta), new delivery rules for whitelisting and blacklisting domains, and a WYSIWYG editor for HTML banners.