Roadmap and Release Guide

At the moment I have no clue when new releases of fuse are likely to be released and no idea of when bugs will/are being fixed. This does not inspire much confience in commiting to using fuse.

There are other competing frameworks out there that have a very visible roadmap which gives an indication of planned features and expected release dates.

Nativescript is a good example, where they have a very visible roadmap and also release guide. They are also very good at delivering the features very close to the indicated release dates.

It is important to put dates to actual delivered releases and planned releases.

Being able to see the release history along with dates gives an indication of whether a project is still being actively developed and also how vibrant the project is.


Typically we aim to release every 1 to 2 weeks. However, it might be a good idea for us to include the release date in the changelogs on the download page so that you can at least see when the most recent ones occurred.

These are the releases we’ve done in the last 4 months or so:

  • v0.9.4 - December 18th
  • v0.9.5 - December 25th
  • v0.9.6 - January 11th
  • v0.9.7 - January 13th
  • v0.9.8 - January 28th
  • v0.9.9 - February 4th
  • v0.9.10 - February 10th
  • v0.9.11 - February 22nd
  • v0.10.0 - March 7th

When it comes to specific bugs we try to give updates here in the forum about when fixes will be available.

For features there’s the roadmap. While it doesn’t contain specific target dates it should at least provide an idea of how we prioritize different high-level features and what level of maturity they have.

When we move to open source most of the tech behind Fuse later this year it of course makes sense to provide even better visibility of the detailed status through public issue tracking. :slight_smile:

Until then the best ways of stay up-to-date with what we’re doing is to ask here in the forums or on the community slack