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Development Update #21 — July 2019
Welcome to the 21st edition of the 0x Development Update. We’ve got some exciting updates to share with you, so let’s dive in!
0x Mesh Improvements
In July, we officially launched the beta release of the 0x Mesh network. Since then, we’ve had over 80 unique nodes connect to the network and several hundred thousand orders shared between them. We’ve released a subsequent v2.0.0-beta version of Mesh that incorporates a lot of the feedback given and fixes many of the bugs found during the beta thus far (see the release notes for more detail). We are busy at work adding the additional features and improvements needed to hit a stable v1.0 release. Some of the updates we’ll be adding include browser-support, custom topics, custom order validation, and more robust security features.
We also released an experimental Launch Kit docker container that syncs its database of orders with the Mesh network. Check it out by pulling the launch-kit-backend docker container with tag `mesh`.
We’ve been hard at work getting one step closer to true multi-language support for our developer tools. We are very close to feature-parity between Typescript and Python with the release of the Python 0x contract wrappers package. Additionally, we’ve also upgraded our partially hand-written @0x/contract-wrappers package to be entirely auto-generated using @0x/abi-gen. If upgrading to the latest version of @0x/contract-wrappers, be sure to check out this migration guide.
Let us know on Discord what language you would like to see us support next. Right now we’re leaning towards Golang or Java.
This month, a vulnerability in 0x v2.0 was discovered by researcher samczsun. See the post-mortem here. The community also voted and approved two ZEIPs this month: ZEIP-24 (ERC1155 Proxy) and ZEIP-39 (Static Call Proxy).
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