We got an update — Agent Framework 0.9.1 is now officially RELEASED and it’s not alone, either, it comes with friends.
0.9.1 is a minor release, but with a major impact: it fixes issues that affect our supply chain agents, and it has a ton of updates to the documentation.
- Fixes multiple issues with MultiAgentManager including overrides not being correctly applied
- Restructures docs navigation, changes from user feedback and better MultiAgentManager docs
- Extends functionality of AEA upgrade command to cover more cases
- Fixes a bug in the AEA upgrade command which prevented upgrading across version minors
- Fixes a bug in AEA Fetch where the console output was inconsistent with the actual error
- Fixes scaffold connection constructor
- Multiple additional tests to improve stability
It’s available now here:
Get it from PyPI: https://pypi.org/project/aea/0.9.1/
See detailed release notes and code: https://github.com/fetchai/agents-aea/releases/tag/v0.9.1
And the docs are here: https://docs.fetch.ai
Let’s look at Agent Framework’s friends! First up: get your agents to send you emails, or integrate your agents with Google calendar! Now your agents can talk to you, tell you what’s going on. Or, you can manage a scarce resource: a room, a parking space, or limit people in a public space. Now your agent can do the work, but you get a familiar interface and app to view what’s going on.
Get the current versions here:
And to top this off, we’re releasing a beta version of the web-based SOEF visualiser. Go here: https://soef-explorer.fetch.ai
If you’re a developer you can create your agent, move it, and see it on the explorer.
Finally, if you’re a developer and you have an iPhone running iOS 13.0 or above, we have a mobile native app for the iPhone that lets you explore the agent world. If you’re interested in a beta version, email us at [email protected] with your name, device details and a subject saying you’d like to take part and we’ll add you. It’s a super cool app for those building agents.
As always: feedback on anything is always welcome. If you have thoughts on improving our documentation, or other things that would make your agent-building life easier, do let us know on Discord or elsewhere.