The Teloscope Weekly report: 4–10 Feb 2019
It’s been a hard week’s work, and we’ve been coding like a dog. A new feature on our Telegram bot plus the final touches to a new tool were to blame.
Our servers have gone under internal performance evaluation and we think it’s time for an upgrade. We have spent the last few days doing some research and settled on the target hardware. It’s just been delivered and if everything goes according to plan we’ll be entering warp speed in the next rotation🚀
This week we’ve added to The Teloscope Bot the ability to set a custom threshold for transactions. You will be notified only when a transfer to/from one of your monitored accounts exceeds certain value that you can configure (by default 0.1 TLOS).
We have also added to the bot the ability to monitor second level accounts, which are those with a dot (.) in its name. The bot’s guide was updated accordingly to include these updates.
And we kept on working on the Telos analytics tool we told you two weeks ago that we were developing. You’ll agree with us that building a powerful tool takes time and effort. But you will not have to wait much more: we are about to release at chainspector.io the very first version of this amazing tool. Stay tuned for our next announcement…
Just a month ago we took the proactive step of opening the Telos Dapp Development group on Telegram. Currently this group has 58 members, including many relevant actors of the Telos community, and has consolidated as one of the main sources for developer’s own learning. We try to answer every question promptly while, of course, also encouraging direct support from the community and valuable information exchange.
In regard to the SensorDApp tutorial we prefered to let one week pass before publishing a new chapter. This way we could focus on delivering our tools as soon as posible.
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