I am excited to announce the latest version of the Meltano SDK. With this release we’ve focused on bug fixes and stability improvements that will continue to make the tap development process better than ever.
Here’s the full list of fixes and updates in this release:
- Resolved excessive logging during selection filtering. (!83)
- Resolved issue where deselected sub-fields were incorrectly included in stream records. (Thanks, Alex Levene!)
- Added improved type hints for developers, including mypy code compliance for improved stability. (!86)
If you’ve already built a tap with the SDK, simply run
poetry update singer-sdk to import the latest SDK version for your tap.
Two big features now in preview
While this release focused on stability improvements, we’ve also been simultaneous building out the two most requested features: our Target SDK and Parent-Child Streams and we have an early preview now available for both.
If you would like to take either of these for a spin, please check out the preview of the Target SDK here and the Parent-Child Streams here. Now is the perfect time to checkout these upcoming features and provide your feedback.
Join the conversation
For more information or to join the conversation, find us in the #singer-sdk channel on Slack! We also have #office-hours every Wednesday and #demo-day on fortnightly Fridays!