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MongoDB Stitch Release Notes

August 14, 2018

Webhooks
  • You can now set a webhook to not require validation.
User Interface
  • You can now save your edits in the Stitch function editor by using your system’s save hotkeys (CMD + S or CTRL + S).
  • Tables that list Triggers, Functions, Services, and Logs can now be sorted.
  • When editing a Stitch Value the window will now expand more than previously.

July 27, 2018

Client SDKs
  • Released the new React Native Client SDK.

July 25, 2018

Services
  • Released the AWS Service.

    The Generic AWS Service allows you to connect to most AWS services through Stitch. Check out the AWS Service docs for a full list of supported services as well as details on configuring and using the service.

    Note

    With the release of the AWS Service, the existing AWS services (S3 and SES) are officially deprecated.

Functions
  • Added the utils.crypto utility in Stitch functions, supporting SHA256, SHA1, and MD5.
CLI
Logs
  • Unhandled promise rejections will now appear in Stitch Logs.

June 21, 2018

Mobile
  • Released MongoDB Mobile into Beta.

    In mobile apps, you can now store data locally using idiomatic MongoDB Query Language syntax. MongoDB Mobile is optimized to run on mobile devices and is integrated with the Android and iOS SDKs. Check out the MongoDB Mobile docs for more information.

MongoDB
  • MongoDB Rules are now more expressive and easier to configure.

    Updates include:

    • A new, unified user interface for configuring rules across all of your MongoDB databases and collections.
    • Document-level Roles and Permissions.
    • Support for document schema validation with JSON Schema.
    • Support for editing the raw JSON configuration for your rules using Advanced Mode.
CLI
  • You can now export a Stitch app configuration as a template that is stripped of app-specific IDs and values.
Triggers
  • Released serverless database triggers.

    You can now run functions automatically in response to changes in your MongoDB collections. Check out the Triggers docs for details on configuring and using triggers in your application.