Our App is in the alpha stage, the beta is coming soon.
We have ambitious plans for 2020 and beyond, our roadmap details some of the more significant updates we have planned for the Costs to Expect App. The Costs to Expect App is powered by the Costs to Expect API so we will detail plans for the API as well.
Our roadmap will be updated regularly; it is accurate as of the 19th January 2020.
When we say short term, we are talking about 2020; our long term road map covers the end of 2020 and beyond.
The private alpha was released on the 30th January 2020. The alpha audience is limited to Mrs Costs to Expect; the alpha is an extensive update to a private app that we have been using for the last 18 months.
We expect the private alpha to last until April; we will then open it up to additional users. If you are interested in being in the public alpha, please reach out via Twitter/email.
On release we expect the core features to be as below;
Once we enter the public alpha phase, we will start developing the forecasting system. The public alpha is due to begin in April, hopefully, sooner.
The public alpha requires several significant updates to the Costs to Expect API.
For the public alpha, we are focusing on the budgeting and forecasting system.
The roadmap above covers the majority of 2020; our goal is to have the beta ready before the end of the year, from then we can concentrate on our long term goals.
Below are some highlights for the API and the App.
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The table below shows the majority of the GET and OPTIONS requests we made to the API. This page was generated using the responses from the listed API calls.
Your Bearer was included with each of the API requests, the response from each request is personal to you.