March 10: Support for Claude 3, Mistral and Groq models, usage/credits telemetry, bug fixes

New Features

  • 💡 Graphlit now supports a Command-Line Interface (CLI) for directly accessing the Graphlit Data API without writing code. See the documentation here.

  • 💡 Graphlit now supports the Groq Platform, and models such as Mixtral 8x7b.

  • 💡 Graphlit now supports Claude 3 Opus and Sonnet models.

  • 💡 Graphlit now supports Mistral La Plateforme, and models such as Mistral Small, Medium, and Large and Mixtral 8x7b.

  • 💡 Graphlit now supports the latest v4 of Azure Document Intelligence, including their new models such as Credit Card, Marriage Certificate, and Mortgage documents.

  • Added support for detailed usage and credits telemetry via API, with the usage, credits, lookupUsage and lookupCredits queries.

  • Added support for correlated telemetry, where an optional correlationId can be provided with GraphQL queries and mutations, so credits and usage can be tracked across requests.

  • Added support for project webhook, which will be called when credits have been consumed by the project.

  • Added support for image extraction during DOCX, XLSX, and PPTX document preparation.

  • Added text and markdown properties to Content object, which provide formatted output of extracted text from any content.

  • Added more accurate extraction of tables into mezzanine JSON format, across all content types.

  • Added throughput property to Conversation messages, which returns the tokens/second throughput of LLM.

  • Deprecated mezzanineUri property in Content object, which has been replaced by textUri and audioUri.

Bugs Fixed

  • GPLA-2281: Not extracting table from PPTX file.

  • GPLA-2282: Not extracting Markdown tables.

  • GPLA-2247: Not extracting relative HTML links properly.

  • GPLA-2241: Failed to post Alert to Slack with Markdown format.

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