During last week we were able to integrate updates that Igor provided to the transaction history table and the token staking table. These updates were added to the wallet interface last week, and they are ready to go in their current form. Daniel went ahead and integrated the updates to the Token Staking Table, and the History representation for Liam to optimize visually.
You can now see the types of transactions that are happening withni the wallet, in the transaction history under the
type heading; previously only the simple send/receive transactions were visible, now the advanced transactions that compose the marketplace application are able to be read and portrayed in the history section of the wallet:
Further down something so simple, yet so powerful is the view of the safex token staking table, it offers a breakdown of all tokens stake transactions that were made, their accruing safex cash, and the block height that they were staked at:
Last week, Liam has been sorting with the rendering of the messages; which is in a great state, yet there is one minor bug where if someone is using an antivirus the app is forcing the urls to https; Daniel is in progress to resolve the edge case, even though the deployed version of the application will communicate over https, this element is being observed, and addressed before release.
Beyond this, there is validations to add and to put proper error messages. The first element is something to prevent us from for example: submitting an empty input that is vital for the functioning of the wallet, and in the second case if something goes wrong to adequately report to us what went wrong so we can report it or at least know what to do next. This is the last task for the team on the TWM Wallet. With the elusive bug mentioned in the previous paragraph that cropped up during the week, this will be it for this wallet iteration. Deployment is already being discussed and no additional changes have been made to the API that has been serving this wallet since two weeks now.
During the last week Igor worked on merging updates that are relevant to our blockchain software from the Monero codebase. Some of these patches were started prior to the marketplace application focus, and he went ahead to wrap them up. These updates will result in more reliable synchronization and operation in the wild. On Monday we will release an updated version of the blockchain node software which will be
safexd-7.0.1 It won’t be mandatory to update, yet it will be a smoother running program and would help the network if you do pay attention and update.
A New Blog Post at Safex.org
Last week, our writers published a new blog post that discuss some of the key bold steps that can make a difference in your ecommerce endeavors. Have a read, as it could prove to help you in your journey traversing the Safex Marketplace. If you have some other tips you think we missed, then let us know in the thread!
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We’ve been in this final stretch to get the TWM Wallet released for everyone, and it is good to see it progress to the point that it has, and the full stack of its operation. We are glad to have taken the time to involve Igor to improve the experience, and that we’re many steps closer to release.
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