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@dustinlarimer dustinlarimer released this Aug 25, 2017 · 44 commits to master since this release

This release replaces all functionality found in v3 with three standalone modules, listed below, as a bundled distribution. Documentation, bug tracking, and feature development will continue to reside in each module's respective repo. Read about getting started here.

Stream: keen-tracking.js
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What to expect: One breaking change to a utility method, otherwise a full drop-in replacement.

Compute: keen-analysis.js
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What to expect: Several breaking changes, significant rework of HTTP methods, and a much better interface for handling requests for all API resources.

Visualize: keen-dataviz.js
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What to expect: Several breaking changes, significant rework of internal props.

When keen-js is loaded as a global, these packages will be assigned to a shared Keen namespace. If you only need select functionality, we recommend using the standalone packages, which can each installed independently, via npm.

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