Juno is currently in closed beta but has big plans for the near and distant future.
Our goal is to continue delivering features that seamlessly integrate both web3 and web2 worlds, while ensuring ease of development. This includes:
- Plug-and-play recurring payment and paywall solutions
- Handing over mission control or satellite to DAO SNS (Service Nervous Systems)
We aim to launch new features and more advanced templates in our satellites, such as "rockets" or "space stations.".
With unified interfaces, we envision a future where developers can sell their own smart contract templates.
While Juno is currently focused on individual developers, we recognize the importance of collaboration and are planning to add team support.
To support growth and foster new ideas, we aim to make various infrastructure improvements, including:
- Adding additional authentication providers
- Upgrading satellites overall available memory, starting with 64 GB
- Enabling the implementation of backend functions in response to events triggered in satellites
- Replacing quick queries with certified calls by default
- Automatically topping up mission control and satellites
- Providing real-time data updates
- Server-side rendering
Easing the development process will always be a priority. To that end, we plan to provide:
- A local emulator suite for developers to build and test their apps
- Integration with GitHub actions and other CI tools
- Continuously updated documentation, along with sample repos and tutorials.