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:
This blog post marks the beginning of the new monthly format of Lisk Development Updates. This frequency allows us to continue providing detailed insight into our workflows. As always, Lightcurve development teams have a number of important updates to share with the Lisk community. A number of Lisk products were consolidated into a monorepo structure ahead of the release of the Alpha SDK. Lisk Core 1.6.0 …
We will introduce Lisk Framework and discuss our recent move to merge it along with Elements and Commander to create the Lisk SDK monorepo. We will also discuss the renaming of Core 1.7.0 to 2.0.0 and identify this release as the first role model app created using Lisk’s SDK. Lastly, we will outline the next steps necessary for the release of Alpha SDK.
In preparation for the release of Lisk’s Alpha SDK, we have merged our repositories into a monorepo structure. Today, we will take a closer look at the process of changing to this development strategy. We will also disclose plans for the future of Lisk Core including the renaming of Lisk Core 1.7.0 to 2.0.0. We will also outline how this move improves development speed, code consistency and allows greater accessibility to our products. Lastly, we will discuss what it means for the first initial release of our SDK and what else needs to take place before Alpha goes to Mainnet. …