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2.0 Roadmap

Hi there,
We're planning to use CA for a project in a Museum, the goal in the mid term is to massively integrate it with another software that does some logic not concerning CA.
CA looks like the best fit for us, what I was wondering is that I see that you're working on the 2.0,
since we're not in a rush do you suggest to wait and build on top of the brand new 2.0 when it's going to roll out, or you are somewhat confident that 1-7.6 -> 2.0 won't have too many breaking changes?

Thank you, any suggestion is really appreciated

Comments

  • 2.0 is probably 18 months away. I wouldn't wait.

  • Ok pretty clear thanks,
    just as a direction, as of the state of the art, are you doing a massive restructuring or is a major release but not breaking too much of the former approach?
    To try to make an example, do you think it will be painful as from "AngularJS 1.X to 2" or kinda easy as "WordPress 3.X to 4" ;)

    Thanks indeed

  • It's a somewhat larger than a major release but well short of a massive restructuring. The UI will be completely new, but the database will not change too much, meaning there should not be serious migration headaches.

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