In this article I will give you a deeper insight why we decided to make a major breaking rewrite of the secureCodeBox. First I'll give you an overview of the v1 architecture and the rationale behind. Also outline the problems we stumbled upon using secureCodeBox v1 for some years now. Afterwards I introduce you to the new secureCodeBox v2 architecture and the rationale behind.
Maybe you're wondering what's going on with my beloved secureCodeBox. If you look at the GitHub insights for the main repo, you'll see: Not that much is going on:
So is secureCodeProject dead? Of course not! But we gained a lot of experiences using secureCodeBox and went through some changes in the last couple of months. In this blog post, I'll give you a brief outline of all these changes and what we aim to do in the near future.
This is the first post on the new securecodebox.io documentation. What would be better than to teach you how to make some Blini. 😸