The F2 Team is pleased to announce F2 version 1.1.1. This release addresses some cosmetic bugs that were reported after the 1.1 release. As always, you can check out the release notes in the changelog and also listed below.
We already have a number of items slated for the next 1.2 release. Thanks to everyone on GitHub who is collaborating and sculpting the future
We are excited to announce the availability of F2 version 1.1. This is our most significant update to F2 since we launched last October and focuses largely on improvements to F2.js.
Of all the updates, one enhancement we'd like to specifically highlight is the newly-added support for loading F2.js as an AMD module (#25). Many of our users are asking for AMD support and this is the first step in that direction. We have written some baseline Jasmine tests and would welcome contributors to write more.
We have assembled this roadmap largely based on feedback we've received from the F2 community. There are many components of the framework under constant development and, as a result, this roadmap is far from set-in-stone.
If you have anything you'd like to see added, removed or simply moved from one release to another, let us know.
Expand, clarify and define boundaries and responsibilities for container & app entitlements. This means identifying who is responsible for entitling what and where at what level.
Add Container > App authentication recommendations to spec. This will not include how to authenticate but rather define requirements. For example, if you wanted to use the SAML protocol, the F2 specification will outline what steps you’d need to take to ensure your F2-enabled solution work with SAML.
Expand searchable universe of F2 IDs beyond global equities
Evaluate building F2 adapters for proprietary frameworks
Add simpler legacy and secure app integration methods in F2.js (replacing current manual iframe injection)
Add more example apps to the project on GitHub and redesign example containers
Contributions to the Roadmap
This roadmap is very much a work in progress. Most of the items detailed within each release are a result of direct feedback from users of F2, and we'd like to keep it that way where possible. Our users are very important to us, and if you want to contribute to this roadmap, please feel free to reach out to us.