After many months of work I’m glad to announce that we’ve released the first version of the 0.6.x branch! The process for 0.6 was not trivial – because there where few ideas we wanted to explore and change in the way meanio works. We started a process strongly led by the amazing team from autodesk – Jhon Webb, Christopher Lowenthal, David Cook and Tim Elfelt which has been super active lately. The team above have done most of the work and even more importantly have been the core of the more seasoned developers providing leadership and support in the gitter channel The first phase was to create our vision for the 1.0 release with the clear understanding the 0.6.x is the candidate branch for 1.0. The basic aspects we wanted to address where
- Change package repository from git.mean.io to npm
- mean-cli cleanups
- Remove aggregation
- Add webpack based aggregation instead
We did not complete everything we wrote down to do in the document but today we made a major step forward releasing 0.6.1. Its far from perfect but it’s starting to resemble the basic structure we are invisioning for the 1.0 release Stay Tuned!