Last week, we announced the first beta release of Brigade 2. Today, we’re taking a deep dive into an exciting new feature we shipped in that release: the Brigade CLI’s new init command.
Brigade 2 Reaches Beta
In March, we introduced the community to Brigade 2. Since then, the team has been busy developing features, improving stability, and maintaining a regular release cadence.
Today, the Brigade 2 development effort reached its most significant milestone yet – its first beta release (v2.0.0-beta.1).
Brigade 2 Alpha 4
The Brigade maintainers are excited to announce the latest alpha release for Brigade v2, Brigade v2.0.0-alpha.4. With this release, we expect to transition away from major feature work or breaking changes and instead move into beta territory. In doing so, we’ll start focusing more on squashing bugs, improving UX, adding documentation and making other refinements to the codebase. There have been many notable improvements in the handful of releases since the Brigade v2 announcement post.
Meet Brigade 2
For some time now, the Brigade maintainers, building upon the community’s experiences using the product, as well as our own, have been hard at work planning and implementing a major revision of the platform. Today, we’re proud to announce a milestone in that effort – the release of Brigade v2.0.0-alpha.1. While we’re still working out the kinks and cultivating an extended Brigade 2 ecosystem, we feel it is time to begin introducing the community to Brigade 2.