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January is nearly over and Lightcurve development teams have a number of new releases already out and in the pipeline. Lisk Core 1.5.0 is nearing a release to Testnet and implements an extensible data persistence model, as well as other Roadmap objectives. Lisk Elements continues work on three libraries and integration into Lisk Core with 2.1.0. New Lisk Hub 1.9.0 release includes beta integration for Ledger Nano. Upcoming Lisk Mobile 0.10.0 features an iMessage plug-in 3D touch, and German localization! Want to know more? Read on.
Lisk Core 1.5.0 implements an extensible data persistence model
1.5.0’s development phase is over and the release is currently in the Quality Assurance Testing (QA Testing) stage. Provided that no major regressions are spotted during QA testing, we expect to release Lisk Core 1.5.0 to Testnet early next week. This release will complete two objectives from Lisk’s development roadmap’s ‘Architecture and Design’ phase. These are:
- ‘Use a consistent and informative versioning scheme’
- ‘Implement extensible data persistence model’ which is a prerequisite requirement for implementing LIP-0005. ...
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