Thanks in no small part to excellent feedback from closed beta testers, Nodewood is now available in open beta.  Nodewood is in a great state and can be used to build a variety of SaaS web applications, there are just some features that are planned and not yet implemented, or not yet implemented in a final state.  For more information about beta, please visit the Beta section of the documentation.

If you're looking to try out Nodewood to build your next SaaS web app, use coupon code nodewood-beta for 20% off your purchase!  This code is only valid during beta, so if you're interested, make sure to use it while you still can!

Also, Nodewood version 0.15.0 is now released!  Highlights from this release:

  • More-reliable UI rebuilds thanks to a new webpack mode.
  • Better error handling and warning messages for common issues.
  • Upgrade to Tailwind 2!
  • Since we're already making a major package upgrade, I upgraded the rest of the out-of-date packages to their latest versions.  May as well get them all out of the way at once!
  • Configuration fix to the Webpack Bundle Analyzer plugin, so you can go to https://localhost:8888 and figure out what's making your JavaScript bundles big.

To update, from your project folder, type nodewood up, then follow the Upgrade Guide for 0.15.0.  You will encounter an error during install, but the fix is simple and detailed in the Upgrade Guide. If you have any questions or run into any roadblocks, please feel free to submit your question at the Nodewood public issue tracker or email support.