We’re excited to share with you the release of a new full-width layout and the new application settings page in the Meroxa Dashboard, where you can review your application settings and delete applications all in one place.
We’re thrilled to announce the new application logs page in the Meroxa Dashboard, allowing you to monitor and debug your Turbine applications directly from the browser.
Meroxa CLI version v2.20.1 includes bug fixes for a broken link, a bug in the Notion Resource, inaccurate exit codes, and difficulty pulling in the latest release of a Golang app dependency.
Already deployed apps and newly initialized apps will not require any changes, but if you would like to re-deploy or re-run any existing Turbine apps with this CLI version, you will have to make some updates to your application.
Due to the updated versions of the Turbine SDKs, you should notice speed ups with app initialization times as well as deploying times ⚡️ thanks to the following changes:
- Refactored logic that centralizes common functionality from the SDK using gRPC
- Reduced the amount of 'moving parts' and intermediate communication between the SDKs and CLI
- Significantly reduced dependencies for
Customers can now stream maritime vessel tracking data directly from Spire Maritime AIS to Turbine apps on the Meroxa Platform.
We are excited to announce that Turbine applications can now be deployed in private environments.
Meroxa can now be configured to connect to private Oracle Databases via SSH Tunneling.
We’ve introduced improved error messages for out of sync fixture data and unreachable resources, and we've introduced a convenience function to the apps commands to open the dashboard from the CLI with the latest Meroxa CLI release v2.17.0.
Oracle DB can be configured as a resource on the Meroxa Platform to be used as a source with Turbine Apps.