You may already know I’m a big fan of vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling, so you should be not surprised that I follow closely the development of this fling. Last few days like everybody else in the tech world I was busy with Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, but I still managed to notice that the development team released a new version: vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling v3.32.
Update 22 January 2018: Development Team does a great job on updating the fling, so here it is the new v3.33 version of vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling.
So, let’s see, what’s new in vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling?
vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling v3.32 – Features and Improvements
For this release, the development team focused on the vApps. Finally we have power operations on vApps.
Another new feature is the ability to export a vApp to OVF template.
Third improvement listed on vApps is on the management aspect: we have two new tabs (datastore and networking). Also, the VMs tab received a facelift.
Few other features are listed in the changelog as new for v3.32 (per my observation, they were available at least from v3.31):
- vApp move to folder operation
- vApp rename operation
- vApp delete operation
Last improvement of v3.32 is not related to vApps, it’s a new “Add Permission…” item in the Actions menu for VM templates.
Go ahead and try the new vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling version! If you have any comment, don’t forget to bring development team in the loop.