Remove tokenId from auth API's
It seems a number of auth API's require both a token and tokenId. There doesn't seem to be any reason for this and it does make the API look more complicated than it has to. It would be nice if we could simplify to just using a token. Reference: https://docs.mongodb.com/stitch/authentication/userpass/#send-a-confirmation-email https://mongodb.slack.com/archives/C41SX3C4D/p1582539249022100
An ETL (Extract/Transform/Load) tool or ETL specific functions. Stich Functions is not suitable for moving large amounts of data on a regular basis, for example a daily load of data.
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Create notification for Function
Stitch should be able to notify users when function ran properly, or did not run, or an unauthenticated action was taken place. The notification should be similar to how MongoDB Atlas notifications work for project. This will allow users to monitor if function is doing something that is not expected without going through all the hassle of stetting up some kind of SNS or firebase set up.
Log function line numbers in Stitch errors
GitHub automatic deploy from a subdirectory
It would be useful to allow automatic deploy where the stitch app is in a subdirectory of the root of the git repository. One case is, where the Stitch app is one level down. The root directory has a build process that bundles multiple JS modules with rollup and writes the combined output to a stitch function in the subdirectory. Example: https://github.com/gmishkin/jeopardy The general use case is a monorepo where there may be multiple stitch apps deployed from a single repo, and they are located in the relevant part of the repo at some arbitrary level of nesting.
Mongodb Stitch + Flutter
Match made in heaven. Flutter is the future. https://flutter.dev/docs/development/platform-integration/platform-channels It seems like all you need to do is combine the ios and android sdks, and write platform specific implementations for them. You literally have most of the work done already. Just do it.
MongoDB Mobile on Flutter App
Kicking off Flutter project. How can I implement MongoDB Mobile along with Flutter App
ES6 support in functions
The documentation says that functions can use ES6+ features (https://docs.mongodb.com/stitch/functions/), however creating a typed array results in an error: > error: ReferenceError: 'Uint8Array' is not defined
ES6 and semicolons
The current UI defaults to ES5. I would love it to default to the more efficient ES6. Also, there are warning icons throughout about "missing semicolons" which don't matter. This particular warning should be removed. Even your example doesn't include semicolons out of the box.