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@lncls I'd say the GraphQL API is pretty complete. Definitely covers most e-commerce use cases out there, and some more complex features like support for store pickup etc are being implemented. Not so long ago, the ground-work for allowing complex per-product pricing rules was implemented (see
simple-pricing in the code). Whether it's ready for production or not highly depends on your project's requirements.
As for the roadmap, lots of things are actually on the radar. The biggest one is moving away from Meteor and onto pure Node. Then there's a bunch of cool stuff like an ElasticSearch-powered search feature, as well as Cloudinary and Contentful support. You can read about the 2019 roadmap right here: https://blog.reactioncommerce.com/2018-reaction/.