As always at the start of another new month, let’s have a look at what happened at Hop over the last month. Here’s the recap for June 2021! Hop 0.99 Release process We’ve created a couple of release candidate for Apache Hop (Incubating) 0.99. Since the Hop code base no longer contains a WIP (Work In Progress) disclaimer, the review process has become a little more strict. We’ve encountered a problem with a limited number of files in the Hop code base.
As always at the start of another new month, let’s have a look at what happened at Hop over the last month. Here’s the recap for May 2021! Hop 0.99 Release process started At the very end of the month (on May, 27th), the release process for Hop 0.99 was started, with a code cutoff point in early June. Hop 0.99 will be a release candidate for Hop 1.
As always at the start of another new month, let’s have a look at what happened at Hop over the last month. Here’s the recap for April 2021! 0.70 release On April, 12th, the Hop community release Apache Hop (Incubating) 0.70. As our first release with downloadable binaries, 0.70 is another major step forward for Hop as a maturing Apache project. In a nutshell, the 0.70 release brought:
As always at the start of another new month, let’s have a look at what happened at Hop over the last month. Here’s the recap for March 2021! Neo4j integration We’re really excited to welcome full Neo4j integration in Hop! The plugins that are now a part of Hop were already available from Matt’s personal github repository. Having all of this functionality available in the default Hop distribution is a major step forward.
As always at the start of another new month, let’s have a look at what happened at Hop over the last month. Here’s the recap for February 2021! Metadata Injection Metadata injection was added to Hop months ago. As with most of the functionality that was ported from PDI/Kettle, some work was required to lift the code to the new flexibility and quality standards we’ve set for Hop.
As always at the start of another new month, let’s have a look at what happened at Hop over the last month. Here’s the recap for January 2021! Apache Hop (Incubating) 0.60 Released Apache Hop (Incubating) 0.60 was released in late January. With 0.60 being the first Hop release as an Incubating ASF project, we focused on adopting the "Apache Way", and made this a source code only release.
Welcome in 2021, happy new year! While the world has seen its share of problems in 2020, it’s been a roller coaster for Hop! Our community continued to work tirelessly in December, even through the holiday period. Let’s have a look at what happened in this last burst of productivity for 2020. With this pace of development, 2021 will be a great year for Hop! A special shout out to Nicolas Adment, who was on an absolute roll in December!
With 2020 coming to a close, we’ve started preparing for 0.50, which will be our first Apache release. We’ll have more news on that soon! At the start of the final month of 2020, let’s have a closer look at what happened at Apache Hop in November. Apache Hop Incubation - infrastructure Our migration to the Apache Software Foundation infrastructure is now done. All references to Project Hop have been changed to Apache Hop (Incubating).
We’ve had another couple of busy months at Apache Hop. A lot of these changes have been happening in the background, but are very exciting nevertheless. As we’re getting close to finalizing the background work, we’ll soon have more time to work on Hop platform features again. Here’s what happened over the last two months. Hop joins the Apache Software Foundation, becomes Apache Hop (Incubating)
We released 0.30 in late July, followed by a couple of weeks of slower progress because of summer holidays, but here we are with a roundup for July and August. After all the heavy lifting we did in the first half of the year, Project Hop now entered a feature-freeze phase. The focus now is on bug fixing, documentation and hardening the platform. Minor new features may continue to appear, just don’t expect any spectacular new functionality for now.
Another month has passed, so here we are with a new roundup! A lot of work has been done in the last couple of weeks. A huge thanks to Matt, who implemented most of the functionality that was added this month. Here’s what happened in June! Environments → Projects, Environments and Purposes The environments system, introduced earlier this year, was significantly extended. a project is a set of workflows and pipelines with their datasets, tests etc.
Another month has passed, so here we are with a new roundup! In early May, we released version 0.21. Check the release announcement here We would like to thank everyone who tested 0.21 and created feature requests and bug tickets. Fixing the bugs and implementing the feature requests will keep us busy for another couple of weeks. Apart from the topics discussed below, we have continued to walk the path of major code cleanup and refactoring.
Another month has passed time for a new roundup! Previous month has been a hectic one, we had our first preview version (0.10) and are currently getting close to releasing 0.20! We would like to thank everyone that tested 0.10 and created feature requests and issues, we have not yet been able to solve all of them but so many changes were made we feel like 0.20 is at its place.
A new month, a new roundup! We’re getting very close to a first preview release, expect it to see the light of day in the coming week (don’t haunt us if it’s a week later). We have continued to walk the path of major code cleanup and refactoring. Because we don’t want to bore you with the technical stuff (those interested in the technical stuff come and ask in our #dev channel ) here is an overview of what you can see.
Currently we are working on creating a first public preview version of the Hop Orchestration Platform. Expect this version to give you a first overview of what the future of Hop will be offering, we are not following a specific roadmap and are working on all fronts. The main focus of the preview version is UI changes. Following items contain the biggest changes but much more is happening. UI We are completely rewriting the Hop UI, creating a new experience on how to create data pipelines.