# general


11/30/2019, 4:12 PM
Not yet. We are actually building a version that is slightly better to develop on - right now a problem is that if we want to support 5 frameworks with 5 databases, we have to write a total of 25 repos! And that’s just really difficult to do and maintain. So we are creating a version that has decoupled the framework part from the database part (using a micro service kind of an architecture). If you are currently using the node version, then moving to this new version should not be too much of an issue. And creating go Lang support for this new version will be FAR easier than doing it now.