The monthly changelog showcases improvements in Roboflow over the past month. You can find the previous changelog here.
In February we had a major focus on reinforcing our foundation; after several months of rapid feature expansion we spent a considerable amount of time fixing bugs, improving infrastructure, and preparing for future initiatives.
- Added Upload Batches to keep track of which images were uploaded together.
- Released the Unannotated Queue to improve labeling workflows.
- Added an Upload Annotation API endpoint.
- Refactored upload flow to save images before you start annotating so your work isn't lost if you leave the page or your browser crashes.
- We now keep images in the same order they were uploaded in order to facilitate labeling video frames.
- Improved team creation and invitations.
- Added caching so counts don't need to be recalculated as often.
- Scaffolding for on-device deployments (coming very soon).
- Soft launched roboflow.js for browser-based realtime inference.
- Added support for static crop preprocessing option.
- Updated to return prediction visualizations on the original image instead of the preprocessed image.
- Improved error reporting.
- Refactored Label Assist to re-use WebGL contexts for increased speed and reliability.
- Reduced CPU usage and battery drain when annotating large datasets.
- Added Label Assist onboarding flow.
- Launched on Product Hunt! 🎉
- Updated docs & marketing with info about Label Assist.
- Welcomed Kaylee to the team as our new Head of Customer Development.
- Announced our partnership with OpenCV.
- Published a joint whitepaper with Octo.
- Released collaborations with Paperspace and Streamlit.
- Added Manufacturing, Transportation, and Retail industry pages.
- 1 new annotation format.
- 1 new public dataset (Mountain Dew Commercial).
- 30 bug fixes.
- 10 blog posts.
- 9 YouTube videos.
- Mentions in Yahoo Finance, Gigazine, MetaFilter, Hacker News, Pioneer, Supabase.
- Fun user projects: cattle counter, social distancing drone, driver's license parser, eGPU benchmarking, Malaysian license plate reader.