Hi! creator of Keystone here. Hope you don’t mind me jumping in.
I’ve been keeping an eye on Redwood and am really impressed, in particular the clear philosophy that’s been there from the start
I’m not sure I’d see Redwood as being a competitor project as such to Keystone, or at least they both seem like well differentiated takes on the problem space of building apps. Both are built on the same foundations (React, GraphQL, Prisma) but they’re trying to do different things (Redwood is a full-stack application framework, Keystone is a headless CMS that’s powerful enough to be an app back-end)
Don’t mean to hijack the thread too much, but I actually would be interested in talking some time about how we could get Redwood and Keystone to play nicely together. Not sure if there’s too much overlap for it to make sense, but in theory Keystone’s schema and Redwood’s schema could share a source of truth and that would mean people could get Keystone’s Admin UI in app they’re building with Redwood.
If anyone from the Redwood team’s interested in having a chat (even if just to compare notes) I’d be really happy to, feel free to reach out to me on Twitter at @JedWatson