Migrating to the new Fixie Platform
app.fixie.ai domain is being deprecated, and will be disabled on November 1, 2023.
Please migrate your user account and agents to the new Fixie Platform hosted at
console.fixie.ai as soon as possible.
We are migrating the Fixie Platform to a new, more powerful approach to building LLM-powered Agents, based on the AI.JSX framework. Compared to the original Python-based Fixie libraries, AI.JSX makes it possible to build more flexible and fluent conversational applications, leveraging the power of JSX for constructing LLM prompts, managing state, and interfacing with external APIs and tools.
Along with this change comes a number of fundamental changes to the Fixie platform, which will unlock much more power for LLM application developers. Rather than maintain the older Python framework, we are asking developers to move over to the new AI.JSX-based platform, which is hosted on console.fixie.ai.
Building Fixie Agents with AI.JSX is much more flexible than the original Python-based CodeShots Agents approach. However, it involves a new set of APIs and concepts.
- Head on over to the new Fixie Console at console.fixie.ai. You will need to create a new account. Note that your previous Agents and other data from the original app.fixie.ai will not be migrated.
- If you had previously set the
FIXIE_API_URLenvironment variable, unset it.
- Uninstall the
fixieaiPython packages, which are no longer needed:
$ pip uninstall fixie fixieai
- Run the new Fixie CLI tool by running:
$ npx fixie@latest
Follow the Getting Started guide to get started building your first Fixie Agent using the new AI.JSX-based platform.
app.fixie.ai domain will be disabled on November 1, 2023. At this time,
all Agents and other data, including user accounts, will be removed from the original
Agents and user data on the new
console.fixie.ai domain will not be affected.