Meltano v1.1.0 Released

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New

  • Compress meltano-logo.png
  • #1106 Add description metadata to the GitLab extractor’s Ultimate License configuration setting
  • #1057 Auto advance to Entity Selection when an extractor lacks configuration settings
  • #51 Update Google Analytics to track appVersion, custom projectId, and to properly use the default clientId. The CLI also now uses client_id to differentiate between a CLI client id (not versioned) and the project id (versioned).
  • #1012 Add intelligent autofocus for improved UX in both Extractor and Loader configuration
  • #758 Update ‘meltano permissions’ to add –full-refresh command to revoke all privileges prior to granting
  • #1113 Update ‘meltano permissions’ to have the ability to find all schemas matching a partial name such as snowplow_*
  • #1114 Update ‘meltano permissions’ to include the OPERATE privilege for Snowflake warehouse

Changes

  • #1080 Temporarily disable Intercom until userId strategy is determined
  • #1058 Updated the selected state of grouped buttons to fill vs. stroke. Updated the docs to reflect the reasoning to ensure consistency in Meltano’s UI visual language
  • #1068 Replace dogfooding term in docs to speedrun
  • #1101 Add new tour video to home page
  • #1101 Update design to improve readability and contrast
  • #1115 Update ‘meltano permissions’ to not require an identially named role for a given user

Fixes

  • #1120 Fix a concurrency bug causing meltano select to crash.
  • #1086 Fix a concurrency issue when the meltano.yml file was updated.
  • #1112 Fix the “Run” button to improve UX by properly reflecting the running state for auto-running queries
  • #1023 Fix last vuex mutation warning with editable localConfiguration clone approach

Instructions for upgrading to the most current version of Meltano are available in our documentation.

To see the full history of improvements to Meltano, please review our CHANGELOG

Published by Danielle Morrill

General Manager of Meltano at GitLab