Y’all know DoneJS—it’s the complete and integrated solution to building high-performance, real-time web, mobile, and desktop applications.
Today we’re announcing DoneJS 1.0, which includes CanJS 3, StealJS 1, and updates to the DoneJS packages too. The release blog post details what’s new in 1.0, so check it out if you haven’t already.
If you already have a DoneJS 0.9 app, the migration guide will walk you through the process of upgrading your app to CanJS 3.x, StealJS 1.x, and the latest versions of the DoneJS packages. I’m working on a blog post that shows step-by-step how to upgrade an app, so there will be more upgrade resources available soon.
If you’re new to DoneJS, check out the Quick Start Guide to learn how to build a real-time chat application with DoneJS. In the guide, you’ll also learn how easy it is to use Firebase as a CDN for your app and make native desktop and mobile apps with Cordova and Electron.
We’ve successfully used DoneJS 1 on our projects and we’re excited for you to do the same. The core team wants to help you whether you’re new to DoneJS or you’re upgrading an existing app, so please drop a comment below or reach out to us on Gitter if you have any questions.