GraphQl support for live queries ad subscriptions
Great work adding graphQl support At the moment Subscriptions and live queries are not supported, any plans on implementing this? Would be great to have this supported out of the box to avoid having to use both the sdk and gql
It would be really awesome to be able to roll back deployments to a previous or a specific version.
Missing GraphQL Query Operators
Just took GraphQL for a spin and it appears that it only supports exact matches on query parameters. If this is indeed the case, then what's the timeline for additional operators (lt, gt, in, nin, or, nested or/and)?
Add ability to change/update email address
Users should have the ability to change their email address. Applications written using stitch cannot give the ability to users to change their own email address. Once a user is registered/created there is no way for such user to update/change their own email address.
Log function line numbers in Stitch errors
Inconsistent system function documentation/behavior
I noticed that `context.user` in system functions doesn't always work as documented. For example, the documentation states that "You can dynamically reference the active user of a Function in the Function’s source code with context.user." (https://docs.mongodb.com/stitch/functions/#active-user) and that "A System Function is a Function where the active user is a system user instead of an application user." (https://docs.mongodb.com/stitch/functions/#system-functions). However, when I run a system function as a logged in user with the browser SDK, `context.runningAsSystem()` returns `true` and `context.user` is the logged in user, not a system user. When I run the same system function using the Stitch UI, it works as documented: If it's run as a user, the active user is set correctly and the function doesn't run with system privileges, i.e., `context.runningAsSystem()` returns `false`. Which behavior is correct? Can I rely on the `context.user` object containing information about the user who called the system function or is that a bug in Stitch? I created a reproduction repository here: https://github.com/klaussner/stitch-system-function-reproduction.
Add watch functionality to MongoDB Stitch React Native SDK
MongoDB Stitch React Native SDK is missing functionalities compared to other SDK for example "MongoDB Stitch Browser SDK" has the ability to watch documents in a collection for changes, such functionality is missing in the MongoDB Stitch React Native SDK.