LoopBack developers often need to propagate information (aka “context”) from the HTTP layer all the way down to data source connectors. We hear this regularly in the LoopBack discussion forums and GitHub issues. Consider the following examples: When querying a database for a list of “todo” items, return only the items owned by the currently logged-in […]
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Today we are excited to announce availability of LoopBack 3.0 for general availability. It has been a long ride since the last major release of LoopBack (version 2.0), announced more than two years ago. In that time, we have added over 90 new features, StrongLoop was acquired by IBM, the LoopBack team grew by 10 more […]
At the end of October 2016, the Node project stopped official support of version 0.10. At the end of 2016, the project will also stop supporting v0.12. The primary trigger was that the OpenSSL project no longer supports the OpenSSL versions included in Node v0.10 and 0.12. As a result, there will be no more […]
Today we are excited to announce availability of LoopBack 3.0, a Release Candidate version. While we don’t recommend this version for production use, we are encouraging all LoopBack users to give it a try and let us know about any issue that needs to be fixed before the GA release.
Note: This is an updated version of a previous blog. by Candy Ng and Miroslav Bajtos It has been an exciting time since IBM’s acquisition of StrongLoop while we’ve been realizing the promise of additional resources and partnership with our new co-workers. The LoopBack team has eight additional full-time developers contributing to the backlog, fixing […]