We’re excited to announce the release of Appwrite 0.7, our biggest ever release. The new Appwrite version includes over 100 updates
After months of hard work, +1,800 commits, 650+ pull-requests, and lots of new contributors joining the Appwrite community, we’re excited to announce the release of Appwrite 0.7, our biggest ever release. The new Appwrite version includes over 100 new features, bug fixes, upgrades and security patches, and some major features like Cloud Functions and the new Appwrite CLI.
Cloud Functions is probably the most significant update of the new release. With the new service, you can now quickly deploy your custom backend code to customize your Appwrite server. You can deploy your code using both the Appwrite dashboard our the new Appwrite CLI and execute it using the API, specific system event, predefined schedule, or even from your dashboard.
As per the Appwrite agenda to create a cross-platform solution that is not restricted to a client, server, or coding language, the new service will support seven execution environments, including Node.js, Deno, Ruby, Python, PHP, .NET, and Dart (with more to come soon)!
We’ve also exposed a lot of new environment variables to allow you to customize your server setup to your exact needs. You can learn more about Cloud Functions solution in our tutorials and the new API specs available on the Appwrite documentation. Our team and the community have also created multiple examples in different languages to use as examples and inspiration for designing new Cloud Functions.
Another big addition to the Appwrite stack we’re extremely excited about is the new Appwrite CLI. The Appwrite CLI allows you to interact with the Appwrite server-side APIs and perform server-side tasks quickly using your terminal. A few examples of these tasks including managing resources (documents, files, users), executing and packaging Cloud Functions, and any other operation available through the Appwrite API.
Like with any of our other SDKs, we’ve worked hard to make sure you get that same Appwrite experience. If you’ve used a previous Appwrite SDK, using the new CLI should be a breeze. Besides having a tool for interacting with Appwrite from your terminal, the CLI is also great for integrating Appwrite easily as part of your CI process.
You can install and learn how to use the new CLI in the new dedicate section on the Appwrite documentation.
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