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Development Update — January 17, 2018
The Holiday period is behind us and Lightcurve development teams are hard at work with a number of important January milestones already hit. Among them, we have the release of Lisk Core 1.4, Elements 2.0, Commander 2.1, Hub 1.8 and Explorer 2.2.1.
1.5.0’s ongoing development addresses objectives included in the Architecture and Design phase. Here, work on the Extensible Database Layer has progressed significantly and all of the entities(account, block, transaction, round, peer and migration) are already completed. Within this phase, work on restructuring the following utils(database, cache and logger) into the components as required by the “Introduce a new flexible, resilient and modular architecture for Lisk Core LIP” is already in progress. A pull request for the milestone “Use a consistent and informative versioning scheme” has been opened and will be completed when merged.
2.0.0 was released on January 7 and brings with it the conversion to TypeScript, an update to the minimum node version 8.10, as well as validation on ‘transaction-create’ inputs and support for sodium-native in ‘lisk-cryptography’.
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