Now requires Node 8 or above. This makes the compiled code smaller and easier to debug, as it has real async functions and doesn't need runtime dependencies.
Flow libdef now declares bertha-client as an ES6 module instead of a CommonJS one.
September 14, 2017
June 7, 2017
The object transform no longer coerces values to strings. So you can use Bertha's magic values like "y" (which becomes true), or specify your own column transform. This is a small but breaking change, hence the major version bump.