Redwood’s upcoming version v0.37 is going to knock your proverbial socks off And it’s available now as a release candidate for you to try out!
Thanks to collaboration with The Guild and amazing work by @dthyresson and @danny, the GraphQL Server is getting first class treatment with amazing build-in defaults and directives-based security-by-default. Maybe someone will show me otherwise, but Redwood now offers a best-in-class GraphQL integration that’s never been achieved in a framework before. (Am I correct, @dotansimha and @n1ru4l?)
But that’s not all. There’s also custom generator templates (thanks to @rob) that we know you’re going to love.
So this one is going to be jam-packed. And we need your help improving the release candidate before we publish the final version!
This version has a complex upgrade path. There’s an automated code-modification PR in the works, but before that’s ready we need your help:
- verifying the upgrade process
- testing the new features and changes on existing applications
- making the whole thing even better
For reference, here is the latest Release-Candidate Changelog:
Everything else you need to know, including how to use
yarn rw upgrade --tag rc is in this document:
How to use Redwood Directives
How to create and use Generator Templates
Once you have a chance to go through the upgrade, please let us know how it went and any suggestions for improvement.
If you have questions or need support along the way, just reply to this thread or ask for help via the Redwood Discord.
And thank you! Redwood v0.37 is going to be even better because of this amazing community of contributors.