We're happy to announce the release of Dapr 0.3.0.
This release focused on improvements to our end-to-end tests infrastructure, making Service Discovery into pluggable components to support more hosting platforms, adding a few new components, improving CLI error messages and stability, and resolving bugs on and improving the Dotnet SDK.
Visit the getting started page to get started with Dapr.
Upgrading to Dapr 0.3.0
To get the latest bits, follow the instructions here to download the latest and greatest CLI release and binaries.
Once you have the Dapr CLI in your path:
dapr uninstall --all dapr init
Wait for the update to finish, and you're good to go!
If you previously installed Dapr on your Kubernetes cluster using the Dapr CLI, first download the latest CLI release as outlined above.
Once you have the CLI, run:
dapr uninstall --kubernetes dapr init --kubernetes
If installed Dapr previously via Helm, run the following command to upgrade:
helm upgrade dapr dapr/dapr --set global.tag=0.3.0
Note: If you installed with a different chart name, use
helm upgrade <your-chart-name>
Decoupled Service Discovery from the runtime by making discovery a pluggable component
Added RabbitMQ as a Pub/Sub Message Bus
Improved Error message for unsupported state store for actors
Improved Go import statements
Improved End-To-End tests infrastructure and helper utils
Added End-To-End state management tests
Added End-To-End bindings tests
Added Flags to be presented as environment variables
Changed Name of
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Added The ability to choose an installation path for Dapr binaries
Improved Error message when Docker isn't running
Fixed Unregister timer error
Added Serialization of ReminderInfo and Timer
Added Ability for actor type to be specified during registration
Changed Stylecop.Analyzers to be a private dependency
Fixed Hello World node sample hanging if a state store isn't enabled
Improved Structure for Hello World and Hello World Kubernetes