SequenceServer 2.1 is released. Many new features and improvements. Check the full SequenceServer BLAST release notes.
SequenceServer has been cited 200 times 🍾 🎉.
MSc students Carlo & Diego present updates to SequenceServer at ISB-Cambridge.
Our new community support forum includes old discussions from our former mailing list.
SequenceServer 2.0 is stable and is installed by default.
Overview of BLAST result visualization approaches in SequenceServer 2.0.
We have launched SequenceServer Cloud - so that all can run fast BLAST searches on our servers.
SequenceServer now has more than 100 direct citations.
Updated SequenceServer 1.0 to work with BLAST+ 2.10.0.
Presented SequenceServer 2.0 (beta) at BOSC-ISMB/ECCB 2019 [view poster].
We have been releasing beta releases of a fundamental rewrite of Sequenceserver that incorporate a large number of new features including multiple visualisations that help to understand BLAST results. Details on how to beta test the new version are given here in the support forum.
SequenceServer 1.0.10 & 1.0.11 - important bug fix (1.0.10) and update automated docker builds (1.0.11).
SequenceServer 1.0.9 - important bug fix.
Hiten Chowdhary joins the team to extend and improve visualisation of BLAST results in SequenceServer as part of Google Summer of Code (GSoC) with Open Genome Informatics.
SequenceServer 1.0.8 - bug fixes and improved Apache integration.
One-line setup with Docker - only need path to database sequences.
Expanded, updated, and improved documentation to cover common scenarios.
SequenceServer 1.0.6 & 1.0.7
bioRxiv preprint - Sequenceserver: a modern graphical user interface for custom BLAST databases.
SequenceServer 1.0.5 - fixes issues on Ruby 1.8.7, minor enhancement.
SequenceServer 1.0.4 - taxonomy data in tabular output, other fixes and enhancements to the HTML report.
SequenceServer 1.0.3 - critical bug fix, ability to embed in iframe.
SequenceServer 1.0.2 - installation and UI enhancements.
SequenceServer 1.0.1 - minor enhancement.
SequenceServer 1.0.0 - completely new user interface, assistive setup and tons of new features.
SequenceServer 1.0.0 pre-release. Entirely new user interface and tons of new features.
Learn more or get help on SequenceServer’s community discussion forum.
SequenceServer cited: Elphick MR (2012) The Protein Precursors of Peptides That Affect the Mechanics of Connective Tissue and/or Muscle in the Echinoderm Apostichopus japonicus. PLoS ONE.
SequenceServer 0.8.0 with loads of interface improvements released: automagic BLAST method selection, index for multi-query BLAST, sequence type feedback, to name a few.
SequenceServer needs your help. Contribute to a useful real world Bioinformatics project by squashing some bugs or improving features. Great opportunity for CS or Webdesign students interested in Bioinformatics or Usability. In particular, our twitter bootstrap CSS interface has potential. Please get in touch.
Bugs being resolved & improvements being made. Check the GitHub page for recent activity.
SequenceServer is now beta1.
SequenceServer can use Rack & Passenger to integrate existing Apache web servers.