Understanding how do we handle Duda I/O versions is very important to know the stability level of the stack and the available API to be used.
Being Duda I/O a development stack to write web services, stability and security is very important topic when considering any kind of deployment for a production environment. For hence we maintain stable branches for that purpose called Duda Stable Branches or DST for short.
Every DST have it own Long Term Support period, where it receive only bug fixes making sure your production service will be always able to run on a stable level. Once a DST is released, no API changes or new features are added, as said, just fixes.
The following table describe the available Branches and the period that they will receive official support:
|Branch||HTTP Stack||Release date||Long Term Support|
|DST-1||Monkey v1.4||Feb 22, 2014||Oct 01, 2015|
During the Long Term Support period cycle, the stack receives all relevant bug fixes that Monkey get on it upstream version. We make sure that any problem and further fix must be back ported to the supported DST branches.
Running a first-class HTTP stack is the key of success in terms of performance, security and general integration with different layers of software. To learn more about Monkey please visit the official site monkey-project.com.