Hah, will do.
I’m not trying to hold my breath too long. I think the shift to a REST API was a thoughtful one. It will allow developers a lot more control over what happens with code execution and you can get a lot more software on board more quickly.
That’s IF they allow it to go well and trust can be put in the right places.
On the other side of that, since I’m not relying on their SDK, I can shift my work to utilize another REST API using a different platform on another hub and not lose ALL of the work I’ve done so far. Just in case they decide they’re not going to allow publication for some reason of another… I don’t have all the eggs in one basket.
Part of the reason I’m even attempting this in the first place with so many unknowns is that if they decide to not open the flood gates… I can pull my boat into another harbor.
<insert Suez Ever Given joke>