These last two weeks the frontend team has been continuing to work on internationalization, and wallet integration. They also started the ISO dashboard, and Public Testnet readiness.
The infrastructure team upgraded our build pipeline to TeamCity, and continued work on our analytics platform.
The smart contract team has been working on optimization and end to end testing.
The research and development team built a smart contract for distributing ISO rewards, and writing an article on our scaling solution.
And for International Mental Health Day, and for the guy who always asks about our mental health, the team is feeling excited and energized!
These last two weeks, the frontend team has been working on internationalization and wallet integrations.
The infrastructure team continued work on a tool for analysis of the Cardano blockchain. This will allow us (and anyone) to monitor the health of the protocol, and understand important statistics like total volume, TVL, etc.
The smart contract team is in the final stretch of development, optimization, and refinement of the contracts. Fairly soon we will lock in a commit hash for the final round of auditing!
The research and development team worked on the tool that will be used for calculating ISO payouts.
The leadership team also attended the Cardano Summit and met so many wonderful folks from the community.
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This week, the frontend team worked on integrating a charting library for displaying real data, and a tutorial / guide overlay for our public beta. Testnet on the way! 😄
The infrastructure team continued working on load testing and implementing a db-sync alternative; We hit some small hiccups in getting the transactions to run with the latest main-net settings.
The smart contract team worked on more automated tests, and heavy heavy optimization. We brought both the CPU usage and memory usage down by a factor of 20. We also began work on our team token vesting contracts.
The research and development team worked on some tweaks the the protocol with the input of our auditing partners.
This week the frontend team worked on internationalization and polishing some of the rough edges like error pages. They also continued prototyping wallet integration, and reading / aggregating live data from the blockchain.
The infrastructure team began load testing our scalability solution. More details on this soon!
The smart contract team worked on automated tests, code cleanup and documentation, and some unannounced features.
The research and development team worked on an article (to be released shortly) relating to delegation, and how it interacts with smart contracts. They also supported the auditors in developing a formal specification for the protocol.
This week, the frontend team finished the work to construct deposit and withdrawal transactions, and continued with wallet integration and hardening; They also worked on wiring up more front-end data to real data read from the protocol.
The infrastructure team focused on improvements to the build pipeline, along with spinning up additional environments with different protocol parameters to test our protocol under different conditions. We also began working on getting a load test in place in preparation for us revealing our scaling solution.
The smart contract team worked on identifying and fixing corner cases in the core DEX functionality, writing tests for our existing code; They also worked on several unnanounced features.
The research and development team worked on exploring several post-launch features, as well as writing a response to the eUTXO controversy. You can find a link to that post here.
After months of testing with smaller groups, the Cardano public testnet was recently upgraded to support smart contracts. The surge of activity that followed included many dApp tests and experiments, with developers eager to perform a large-scale test and show off their hard work. This effort has created a ferocious…
This week, the frontend team focused primarily on deposit, withdrawal, and cancel UIs. They also started integrating with the first wallet.
The infrastructure team focused on packaging up a suite of tools for the cardano community, which we released earlier today! If you’re a developer who wants to build on Cardano, check out our toolkit-for-cardano for more information.
The smart contract team worked on integrating governance contracts, yield farming, a simple oracle solution for our partners over at Liqwid, and several unannounced features.
This week the frontend team focused primarily on improvements to the robustness of the frontend: state management, error handling, timing of transactions, etc. all in preparation for our big public demo on Thursday. After that, they worked on a series of refactorings around component structure and fractional inputs.