I’m starting an internal web app for the company I’m working with and it’s just so hard to resist to use RedwoodJS even though I came across the following warning in the GitHub repo readme doc.
WARNING: RedwoodJS software has not reached a stable version 1.0 and should not be considered suitable for production use. In the “make it work; make it right; make it fast” paradigm, Redwood is in the later stages of the “make it work” phase. That said, your input can have a huge impact during this period, and we welcome your feedback and ideas! Check out the Redwood Community Forum to join in.
In watching the previous RedwoodJS Meetup recordings, I came across that @mojombo did mentioned that he hope that the targeted release for the stable version 1.0 is before next year.
My question is if I am to start developing my web app today using RedwoodJS, what are the caveats should I be watching out for and be better prepare for the changes?