It's been a little while since I've had a chance to write an update post and we've accomplished a lot in that time. We have new releases, new features and more documentation all ready to go and we're starting to push even that further than we ever have. Here's how it all breaks down:
Faust Update - February 3, 2023
We're off to the races with new releases, new features, bug fixes and more. It's been an incredibly productive two weeks for the Faust.js team and we're just getting started!
Faust Update - January 18, 2023
Our first sprint of 2023 is complete and, as I write this, we're preparing a new release of Faust.js with new hooks for TypeScript and an initial, experimental, approach to support Gutenberg Blocks.
Faust Update - January 4, 2023
It's been a quiet 2 weeks for the Faust team as most of us took time to be with our families for the holidays. As a result we spent the last two weeks looking at a few minor bugs and hope to have a fresh release out soon.
Sprint 25 Update
Sprint 25 was a really productive one for the Faust.js team. We took a break from direct work on the codebase and made it a Faust.js hackathon with an emphasis on exploring features for the future of Faust.
Sprint 24 Update
The last two weeks have been all about cleanup and improvements to existing Faust features. We started the sprint with 11 different issues in mind and managed to close 16 and release one new version of the Faust cli package. It was a very successful sprint.
Sprint 23 Update
Progress is iterative, and that has definitely been the theme of our past two weeks as we build Faust. Rather than pushing forward on a host of new features we're not sure if you even need we've been stepping back and using our support as part of WP Engine to meet with agency partners already building on Atlas and headless in general. We've also been polishing what we have since our public release of new Faust and planning what we'll be working on in 2023.
Sprint 22 Update
With the end of Sprint 22, our team is proud to officially announce the re-release of Faust.js, WP Engine’s framework for building headless WordPress sites!
During this sprint, we launched the rewritten Faust documentation to work with the new version of Faust, which includes a handy getting started guide, as well as updated references and examples. We are so excited for folks to go check out new docs and really dig into these new features, and plan to roll out several new documents in the coming weeks.
Sprint 21 Update
Documentation, documentation, documentation.
The theme of our last sprint was documentation and it showed. We're super close to launching new documentation for new Faust. You'll see the updates on https://faustjs.org in the coming weeks.