Augur Weekly Report — November 21st
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A couple of releases and patches were released this week with a number of performance improvements and bug fixes.
💥 A quick patch release fixing a minor bug preventing augur-node connecting to parity
☔️ Switch to latest version of ethereumjs-blockstream, this will hopefully eliminate a remaining source of bad data getting into AN databases
🌀 Better handling of retryable errors
🌳 Big code changes with how we handle getting events from the blockchain and how we sort through all the data.
🕦 Fixed! You can now see the end time of the dispute window!
💻 UI fixes for network and ports selection
♻️ Fix bug that sometimes caused a hang when checking for updates
🗯 Fix notifications getting stuck in pending when you abandon the page
🔐 Close button was missing on trade window, fixed!
📱 Scrolling added for mobile trading page
💲 Fixed position on mobile trade page that was missing price
🤺 Transactions page now display account who created the transaction
🖱 Got an error while trying to click “Dispute”? The code was still waiting on some data to load, oops! fixed
🎨 Made the things looks nicer when displayed on mobile
🙈 Certain orders wouldn’t get displayed on the transaction page, that’s now fixed too.
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