NorthStack 2019 Year-End Recap

2019 was a great year for NorthStack. We’re excited to keep moving forward and a full public release becomes imminent.

Here’s what we’ve been up to in 2019 and what you can expect for the future of NorthStack in 2020.

Jeff Matson Joined the NorthStack Team

In January of 2019, Jeff Matson joined the NorthStack team. Thanks to his expertise in technical documentation and community involvement, he’s played a critical role in the current and future state of NorthStack.

Since joining the team, he’s established several open source projects that help WordPress users build front-ends in Gatsby and even built the current NorthStack documentation website, which has also been released open-source.

New Documentation Site Launched

As we briefly mentioned earlier, April of 2019 brought the launch of a fresh new home for NorthStack documentation. Not only did the launch include a brand new Gatsby-powered site, but also a ton of new content to ensure that our users always have the information that they need right at their fingertips.

If you haven’t yet had a chance to check it out, jump on over to Even if you don’t have access to the closed beta, it provides a great look into how NorthStack works and what to expect when you get in.

P.S.: We’ve even released the full source on GitHub!

NorthStack Closed Beta Announced

In June of 2019, we officially announced the NorthStack closed beta. Since then, we’ve worked directly with several businesses and individual developers to gain a better understanding of what NorthStack means to them.

We want to take this opportunity to thank all of the closed beta testers that have been providing us with such fantastic feedback. We couldn’t do it without you.

The Future of NorthStack

As we move forward with NorthStack, you’ll see us announcing a multitude of game-changing features. Thanks to the excellent feedback we’ve received from our testers while in closed beta, we’re confident that NorthStack will be well worth the wait.

Some of these new features that are currently in development or are on the roadmap include:

  • Creation and deployment of multiple interconnected frameworks within a single app configuration.
  • Interaction with the NorthStack platform via a public API.
  • Additional enhancements to the NorthStack CLI.
  • Further control over NorthStack via the web-based interface.
  • Additional integrations with 3rd-party services.

We currently expect NorthStack to exit the closed beta stage during the first quarter of 2020. Be on the lookout for an announcement!

1 Comment

  1. Ahmad Awais
    Ahmad Awais

    Looking forward to what you folks bring this year. 👏