Sunday, August 25, 2019

Alpha SDK’s Custom Transactions, Lisk Framework’s Flexibility, and Quantum Computing — Key…

Alpha SDK’s Custom Transactions, Lisk Framework’s Flexibility, and Quantum Computing — Key Takeaways from WAD 2019

WeAreDevelopers (WAD) is one of the biggest developer events taking place around the globe. This year, the conference was organized in Berlin, Germany. Between June 6 and 7, thousands of developers and IT professionals descended on the CityCube exhibit hall to network, collaborate, and, most importantly, share their collective knowledge about how to move the industry forward.

Lisk made its appearance on two different stages. First, our Head of Development Maciej Baj gave developers a sneak peek of our Alpha SDK. Next up, Max took part in a panel discussion

SDK and Lisk Core 2.0.0 nearing end of QA, Alpha release schedule, new P2P...

SDK 2.0.0 and Lisk Core 2.0.0 nearing end of QA, Alpha SDK release schedule, new P2P functionality and Lisk Builders

Hey Liskers,

Another month has passed and Lightcurve development teams have a number of important updates to share with the Lisk community. Here are the main takeaways from this month:

SDKMajority of QA testing is finished for Lisk Core 2.0.0 and Lisk SDK 2.0.0.Lisk SDK will be deployed in 3 releases (2.0.0, 2.1.0, and 2.2.0) with 2.1.0 allowing custom transactions.Lisk SDK 2.2.0 includes an extra step to minimize a huge chunk of technical debt which will improve dev speed and bug detection.First tests of the new
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