Dev Blog - January 2024

Happy 2024 everyone!

This is our first periodic development blog. Updates for you guys so you know what we've added to the website, what we're working on, future plans and other potential info you might enjoy! So with all that preface out of the way, let's see what we've got.


History page

Last month was a lot of optimization work, stuff you guys didn't see, but was crucial for adding more features and improving the website. After that was done I've finished up most of the history page, including updating the design to make it a bit more appealing to look at. You can now properly see what settings you used to generate any image in your history, re-use them to create new images, like, download, delete and mass export them! (Shoutout to the guy who tried to export 200k+ images and promptly broke it, you know who you are...)

There are still some more features we want to add to the history page in the short term. Being able to export liked images only is coming soon for example, in addition to reworking it slightly to allow for exports of 100s of thousands of images at once if you'd so please. Besides this we are also going to add functionality to filter your image history with liked images only. So you can see all your liked gens at a glance!


Generation features

As you might've noticed, not much has changed last month when it comes to generating images. That's because we've been hard at work revamping our backend, preparing for many great features ahead; up-scaling, variation and image editing.

Along with these new features, we're working on a complete overhaul/redesign of the site to create a more modern, user friendly experience. The focus is on ease of use, and setting a new base to build new features and customization options on top of.


Community

It's been pretty quiet from our end recently, we aim to change that. This is the first dev-blog of what hopefully will be many. We will release updates like this periodically to keep you guys in the loop on what we're working on. We want to build a closer relationship with the community and let the community grow. A big part of that is being able to share the images you create with others in a easy and accessible way. Direct image sharing is something that we're going to add and will be the start of many more features like it.

We'll be working hard this year to raise Unstability to the next level, thanks for being here with us!