Hey everyone, welcome to the October edition of the Drip where we take you downstream to cover highlights of our change-log, community and anything Airbyte related.
Promotions & Shoutouts
Two connectors recently went into GA last month! Iterable, Files, Paypal Transactions, Recharge, and the Twilio connector saw this promotion. We also have some new connectors coming in from the community:
If you haven't already done so, the next time you pull from the main branch, anytime you boot up Airbyte and head to localhost:8000, you'll be prompted to login prior to seeing the UI. This will help keep security at top of mind when working with Airbyte. Our docs and CLI have also been updated to reflect this change.
Head to this link to read more on this and feel free to ask us any questions that you may have.
We have also upgrade the Apache Commons Text library from 1.9 to 1.10.0 due to CVE 2022-42889 (Text4Shell) being affected. This is done out of an abundance of caution, but we do not intend to back-release older versions because we aren't affected by the vulnerable behavior.
As mentioned above, we have been seeing a lot of love given to the new low-code CDK from everyone during Hacktoberfest. Your feedback has been greatly appreciated as we continue to build out this product to keep moving it in the right direction.
We hope to see this new scaffold continue to evolve and be the foundation for future projects we have down the line. Accessible data movement is the goal and we need your help in accomplishing that!
If you haven't tried out the low-code CDK, you can check out part 1 of our tutorial on Youtube as well as visit the docs for more information.