We are pleased to announce the *release of Galaxy 19.01 https://docs.galaxyproject.org/en/release_19.01/releases/19.01_announce.html*. A few release highlights are: https://galaxyproject.org/news/2019-1-galaxy-release/#revised-ui-style Revised UI Style
The Galaxy stylesheet has been substantially reworked resulting in the largest visual refresh to Galaxy in years. https://galaxyproject.org/news/2019-1-galaxy-release/#more-colorful-tags More Colorful Tags
Use consistently hashed randomized colors for history dataset name tags to increase visual distinction between tags, making it easier to track data flow in complex histories. Thanks to @erasche https://github.com/erasche. https://galaxyproject.org/news/2019-1-galaxy-release/#extensive-workflow-enhancements-continued Extensive Workflow Enhancements (continued)
Galaxy 18.09 featured a bunch of important and diverse fixes and enhancements to workflows on both the frontend and backend. That progress continues in release 19.01.
The workflow editor now features explicit step parameter nodes for non-file data (integers, strings, booleans, etc) and the ability to connect these to all tool inputs - not just files. The YAML-based Galaxy Format 2 workflow language is now included in Galaxy as a beta option and allows import and export of human readable workflows as well as extensions to allow Galaxy to serve as a file editor for such workflows. The workflow editor features more helpful labels on inputs and outputs and important fixes including logic for connecting collections and dealing with missing tools. The workflow run form now deals with default values more correctly. https://galaxyproject.org/news/2019-1-galaxy-release/#enhanced-support-for-singularity Enhanced Support for Singularity
Singularity https://singularity.lbl.gov/ container support in Galaxy has been brought to parity with Docker container support. Specifically, Galaxy can now be configured to fetch Biocontainers https://biocontainers.pro/ automatically for enabled job destinations. Moreover, explicitly annotated Docker containers (either in tools or job destinations) can be used with Singularity. Thanks to @mvdbeek https://github.com/mvdbeek
Please see the full release notes https://docs.galaxyproject.org/en/release_19.01/releases/19.01_announce.html for more information, including how to upgrade today!
*Thanks for using Galaxy!*