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Lisk Dev Update: Core 1.6.0 in QA, Elements’ new validator library and Mobile’s BTC integration update
Another fortnight has passed and Lightcurve development teams have a number of updates to share with the Lisk community. 1.6.0 has finished development and is currently in the QA phase. This development update explores how the new architecture allows for truly atomic modules that will enable custom modules to be developed, as well as our move to Jest for better testing, among other things. Elements 2.1.0 has added another library called Lisk Validator essential for cross-product schema validation logic alignment. Commander 2.2.0 continues integrating new functions and teases improved UX for its usage. Hub 1.13.0 continues the rollout of new design with a new transaction details page and additional filters. Mobile 1.0.0 gives us a detailed glimpse into the process of integrating BTC, among other features included in 1.0.0. Want to know more? Read on.
1.6.0 finished development Tuesday 26 March and began QA testing.
Within these last two weeks, we successfully completed the milestone Introduce new flexible, resilient and modular architecture — Phase 2 which continues the implementation of LIP005. As stated in the previous development update, it introduces a new folder structure, separating the application from the framework and in different modules which as for now are Chain and HTTP API....
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