We’re talking about are technology baselines. Minimum language version requirements. Language syntaxes. Tool dependencies. That sort of thing.

The Bridgetown 2.0 release cycle lets us reset some of these baselines, moving the framework into a more modern era without sacrificing developer experience or causing major upgrade headaches. For the most part, you should be able to keep your projects running with few (if any) changes. But of course, with a little spit and polish, you’ll be able to take full advantage of improvements lower in the stack.

Let’s step through the various baselines we’ll be providing in Bridgetown 2.0.

  • @fpsvogel
    23 months ago

    Puuuumped! I’m excited about the web component features, and I’m intrigued to hear about Serbea-like pipelines in ERB.