Rapido is released using Semantic versioning like this: X.Y, where X is the major release number and Y is the minor release number:
- Majors may contain breaking changes, which means that you should only ever upgrade from one major to another if you have a plan in place for handling any issues.
- Minors contain bug fixes and non-breaking changes, provided that no customization has been done to the Rapido code.
We also occasionally release beta versions of upcoming Rapido releases – use these at your own risk. Upgrading from a beta version to a stable version may require a good deal of effort from a competent frontend developer.
Instead of updating, it is often possible to manually merge features from newer released to a project built on an older version of Rapido - please see the Upgrading Rapido article.