Bible SuperSearch 4.3.4 has been released. This is a bugfix release, and only applies to the API. Fixed an issue causing breakage for some users when attempting to install the API. (Somehow, the internal routing and 3rd party framework libraries were routing the request onto handlers intended for console / command line operations, and expected constants (STDIN) were not available. ) Clarified the verbiage on the installer when indicating that the provided database credentials are incorrect.
Bible SuperSearch 4.3.2 has been released. This is a bugfix release. On the API Bugfix: Boolean / Proximity operators on non-Boolean searches wasn’t properly erroring out, causing DB errors Bugfix: Searches coming via the ‘request’ input were not being properly validated Bugfix: Search validator was not properly handle Unicode text, and was returning false negatives. Bugfix: IP access log unit test was very slow. On the Client and WordPress plugin: Fixed breakage in the ‘limit search to’ presets. When one of the preset values were selected, it would revert to ‘Passage(s) Listed Below (or above), with the passage set to ‘value’ The downloads for each Bible SuperSearch product can be found on our downloads page
Bible SuperSearch 4.3.0 has been released. This release has added the following features: The client software now has a popup dialog for Bible downloads. A separate page for Bible downloads is no longer needed. The WordPress plugin now offers a widget so you can now have a basic Bible search on every page. New Download formats, tailored for including offline usage of the Bible in mobile apps. These formats include: JSON MySQL SQLite Also, when downloading multiple Bibles at once, a readme is now included to identify each Bible. The downloads for each Bible SuperSearch product can be found on our downloads page
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the subsequent soul searching that this has forced many into, we have changed our focus for the recent 4.2 release. We added functionality to help any seekers that may view our website or software, including Bible SOS dialog, which is a quick list of ‘where to go when …’ items, with hyperlink to the Scriptures referenced. Bible Start dialog, which is a suggested reading list for people who are new to the Bible. It too has hyperlinked Scripture references We have also expanded the number of languages we support by adding more foreign language Bibles, however, this was part of the plan for the 4.2 release.
Bible SuperSearch 4.2.0 has been released On the API side, we have added new language features, and new Bibles in languages that we didn’t previously support. These changes include: Rebuilt language handling to support 180+ languages out of the box. Added Bibles in the following languages: Hindi Portuguese Japanese Swahili Vietnamese Korean Tagalog Polish Persian Turkish Albanian Added ability to sort and group Bibles by language On the client side we have added a couple dialogs for quick reference, a Bible help guide ‘Bible SOS’ and a getting started guild ‘Start’. (These dialogs were added in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.) We have also added the ability to group the Bible list by language. NOTE: The system requirements have changed: The Minimum PHP version is now 7.2.5 New PHP Extension Requirement: Fileinfo Also, please note, that as of today, May 2, 2020, the ‘Legacy’ (2.2.x) version of Bible SuperSearch has been discontinued and is now End of Life. If you are still using the Legacy version, please consider upgrading soon!
Bible SuperSearch 4.1.1 has been released. This bugfix release fixes the Bible selectors to properly shrink on small screens. They are supposed to become more narrow, and display the Bible abbreviation instead of it’s full name. The abbreviation was working, but the drop down menu was not resizing. Affected: Stand Alone client WordPress plugin Not affected: API
Bible SuperSearch 4.1.0 has been released! This new version adds the ability to download Bibles via the API in multiple formats. With the ‘Enable Downloads Tab’ setting enabled, a tab is added to the API documentation that allows the user to download Bibles. This downloads page can also be added to a WordPress website via a new shortcode in our WordPress plugin. Features of the downloader include: Ability to download multiple files at once, as a ZIP file. Ability to cache files for quick download later. No need to render the files for every download. Easy control over how long files are cached and how much disk space is used. Formats include Compact PDF – ready to print, takes up minimal paper CSV Plain Text Machine Readable plain text More formats will be added in the next release Additional improvements include: Embedded API documentation has been made responsive and has been rearranged into nestled tabs Rearranging API configuration page into tabs Added Chinese Bibles Misc bug fixes Note: Since there was no changes to the user interface itself, so there is no need for a 4.1.0 version of the standalone client.
Bible SuperSearch 4.0.1 has been released. This bugfix release resolved issues searching for keywords containing certain Unicode characters. Also, the language used for Bible books now defaults to that of the first selected Bible (as it worked in the legacy code). This release affects all modern Bible SuperSearch products: Standalone Client WordPress Plugin API
We are pleased to announce the release of Bible SuperSearch 4.0. This release finalizes the complete rebuild of the software that has been in progress since late 2015. With this release, we are releasing the source code to our API. Bible SuperSearch was originally built to be ran completely independent of our website. Now that this rebuild has been finished, we can offer this option once again. Our client software allows anyone to install the Bible search engine easily on their website; adding the API allows for complete independence from our website.