- Real-world examples of browser authentication
- Examples of how to use custom roles, i.e. with "apply when"
- More detail & examples on the differences between the regular mongodb api and stitch's specialized api
- Clearer caveats upfront, i.e. "$text" is not available
In light of additions by the documentation team, I'm marking this item as complete. As Nick notes, please feel free to continue submitting suggestions and areas of improvement for our documentation.
We've been hard at work to improve the Stitch docs based on your
feedback and I believe we've covered everything requested here.
You can find working examples of user authentication and several other
features in our updated to-do app tutorial:
You can find examples and information about custom "Apply When" roles on
the Query Roles reference page:
You can find a rundown of Stitch's MongoDB API limitations relative to
standard drivers in our MongoDB limitations page:
You can find details on how to use Stitch's MongoDB API in our CRUD guides:
If there's anything else that you feel is missing, please feel free to
create another post here on Canny or leave feedback directly on the docs.
Additionally we need much more detail about the execution context of functions.
What version of node is it running? Is it even running node? Is it running using the vm module in an isolated context? If it's not running a specific version of node, can we get more precise details on supported language features?
What happens when my function doesn't catch an error or explicitly throws an error?
Documentation and Tutorials on how to set up Stitch with Angular 7/8 please.. :p
Our documentation team has started work that will address some of these requests.
Thanks, @Tedb0t. I'm focusing right now on revamping the tutorials and sample apps. Your list here is a great addition to the work items we've put together, and I'll be sure to incorporate them. We _really_ appreciate direct feedback like this, so keep it coming!