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First release 1.0.0 #49

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Globegitter opened this Issue Jan 5, 2015 · 1 comment

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Globegitter commented Jan 5, 2015

As more and more people are starting to use sane stack, more and more features are getting clear.
Few things that are planned before we go into beta, roughly in order of priority:

  • Fix the tests on Travis. #38
  • Disable analytics for Tests. #39
  • Add some more unit/acceptance tests. Related: #14 @joshbeitler might help out here?
  • Have a define way for authorization and implement it as an addon (see below).
  • Define a way to install/remove addons, can be for the frontend (such as sass), the backend (such as ES6/7 support) or fullstack, such as authentication. Possible proposed commands: sane addon install and sane addon remove. npm should certainly be utilized for that. @joshbeitler @albertosouza showed some interest in that. Related: #10
  • Improve synchronisation of models between backend and frontend. Related: #47 #48
  • Think about making docker as default with a better db (postgres or mongo?)
  • Make sure all works stable with docker and fig setup
  • Add a sane deploy command, possibly also implemented via addons to be able to have multiple deployment strategies (Also see https://github.com/jwilder/docker-gen, https://github.com/deis/deis and https://github.com/tj/deploy, https://github.com/Unitech/pm2-deploy)
  • Add possibility to have multiple backend and frontend folders for microservice style
  • Make ember-cli a local dependency so it is not needed globally and to have better control over versions and even allow branches, such as stable, beta, etc. Related: #16
  • Add sails (for docker-less) a local dependency

Any contributors interested in implementing any of these improvements are more than welcome. Just get in touch with me on https://gitter.im/artificialio/sane and we can talk about the details etc.

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albertosouza commented Jan 6, 2015

@Globegitter for item 3 ( Define a way to install/remove addons, ) check the sails hook for v0.11.x and i think we can make something good for sails.js for install, uninstall, deactive and update and reuse in our projects ...

@Globegitter Globegitter changed the title First beta 0.1.0 First release 1.0.0 Jan 20, 2015

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