HAT Beta Release Notes for Development Community - 2016.07.26
What’s new on the HAT - HAT v2.1.0-beta (including Schema and API)
- Re-issued the code under the AGPL - GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
- HAT Core has been rewritten to make all database interactions asynchronous and non-blocking
- Contextless Data Debits and Bundles have been completely redesigned for a different need: instead of targeting data provider by allowing them to filter data according to filters, Contextless Data Debits now allow per-property selection of subsets of data
- HAT gets its own web frontend for the user’s profile (managed via Rumpel) as well as for logging in via HAT - a new way of doing authentication in a distributed fashion specifically designed for the HAT
- Security improvements. Detailed improvements and implementation see here
- Adds metadata reporting to the HAT Data Exchange - reports volumes of data (however not the data itself) posted into the HAT as well as retrieved via Data Debits to enable monitoring of the ecosystem, verifying transactions and resolving potential dispu es
- Various bug fixes
Together with the HAT
- Introducing RUMPEL as a hyper data browser for your HAT data. No one else can use RUMPEL to view your HAT data except yourself, as the HAT owner. This version allow HAT users to sign in to your HAT, entre new data, and configure data plugs
- Re-issued the code under the MPL - Mozilla Public License
Facebook Data Plug v1.1.0-beta
- Bring facebook updates into a HAT. This version pulls in Posts, Events, Profile, and Music Listens.
iCal Data Plug v1.1.0-beta
- Brings calendar events into a HAT. This version pulls in calendar event from iCal (.ics) format.
Dropbox Data Plug v1.1.0-beta
- Brings dropbox data into a HAT. This version pulls in dropbox photos.
Weather data Plug v1.1.0-beta
- Brings weather data into a HAT.
Data Exchange Marketplace - MARKETSQUARE v1.0.0-beta
MarketSquare is the service provided by HATDeX so that HATs can come together as a community and engage with the wider stakeholder community of the HAT ecosystem. This is where HAT users, data shoppers and developers all get together - to exchagne data, bring out new functionalities or data plugs, and to chat.