The Doppler Terraform provider now supports projects, environments, and configs. Check out the docs here.
Service Tokens now support writes, expanding the possible use cases even further
Getting started with Doppler is even easier now that you can import your existing secrets via drag and drop with support for ENV, JSON, and YAML formats.
To prevent potential token leakage by malicious process list monitoring, the CLI can now be configured with a Service Token using stdin.
The Group detail page in the Team section now displays the list of Projects it can access.
Our GitHub Actions integration now supports syncing secrets to any GitHub Environment defined for that repository.
Our Heroku integration now supports syncing secrets for Pipeline applications.
You can now choose whether to keep or delete secrets synced from Doppler when removing an integration.
You can now customize the name when cloning a Config in the dashboard and CLI..
The Doppler CLI can now be installed as an Alpine package.
Get installation commands at https://docs.doppler.com/docs/enclave-installation
Doppler CLI v3.30.0 has been released with new auto-completion enhancements and fish shell support.
Webhooks can now be scoped to a specific environment, perfect for triggering automatic redeploys on platforms such as Vercel and Netlify.
As an example, check out how to configure automatic production redeploys on Vercel using Doppler webhooks.
We've made it easier to integrate Doppler into your CircleCI workflows by supporting the syncing of individual secrets.
Learn more at our CircleCI Integration documentation.
We've improved the dashboard UI with our new secret action bar, putting operations such as comparing secrets just 1-click away.
The new search filtering and pagination features on the Team page make it fast and easy to review access permission levels organization wide.