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
We are excited to announce that Turbine applications can now be deployed in private environments.
We are excited to announce the Beta release of Turbine Ruby! All users are invited to participate in building new streaming applications using Ruby.
With an upgrade to Meroxa CLI v2.14.0, you can get started by running
meroxa apps init my-ruby-app-name --lang ruby --path path/to/my-ruby-app.
For more information on how to get started, view our blog on Developing Turbine streaming apps with Ruby. For details on on how to update to the latest CLI version, see our CLI guide.
Getting started creating Turbine Ruby streaming applications has just gotten easier with the
init support for Ruby!
Since Turbine Ruby is currently in Developer Preview, to participate, you'd need to sign up here and a member of our team will follow up to discuss the steps to get the feature enabled.
Once you've been granted access, simply install Meroxa CLI v2.12.0 and run
meroxa apps init my-ruby-app-name --lang ruby --path path/to/my-ruby-app to generate an example application.
Developers can now specify their own file templates for AWS S3 destinations within their Turbine apps. This change provides the flexibility to change the file names, directories and the compression type of the data being stored in S3.
Turbine streaming apps can now be visualized in the Meroxa Dashboard! A recent Meroxa CLI release v2.10.0 introduces updated output for
meroxa apps describe and
meroxa apps list which now includes URLs to access the Meroxa Dashboard. We have also updated output for
meroxa resources list for consistency.
We are excited to announce a Developer Preview for Turbine Ruby streaming applications. The Ruby gem turbine_rb and the Meroxa CLI v2.11.0 introduces support for building, running, and deploying Turbine applications written in Ruby.
If you wish to participate, sign up here and a member of our team will follow up to discuss the steps to get the feature enabled.