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News: 2017-10-10 Heatledger 2.0 with Heatwallet 2.2.0 released! NOTE: Balance leasing and hard fork at block 777777
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Author Topic: New releases server 1.1.0, client 2.0.0  (Read 1232 times)

verymuchso wrote New releases server 1.1.0, client 2.0.0 on June 30, 2017, 01:33:31 PM
New client [2.0.0] and server [1.1.0] releases

Desktop version with server:
Desktop version with out server:
Server only:

Heat Wallet 2.0.0

Includes Heat Server 1.1.0, see below for details.

The HEAT 2.0 client consist of a major rewrite/improvement of the core workings as well of a brand new look and feel in line with the newly developed Heat Ledger Ltd corporate styling.

Focus has been on improving usability as well as performance, security and application stability.

Some of the improvements are:

  • your registered email account id is displayed now instead of the numeric id
  • others can address you now by your email account id
  • when sending heat, assets or messages there now is search as you type auto complete support which makes finding other accounts a breeze
  • wallets can now be imported and exported from/to your browser or the desktop app
  • individual accounts can be imported and exported using just their secret phrase
  • block explorer search for accounts, transactions, blocks
  • block explorer data display improvements
  • display assets issued and held by any account
  • preview message and display of full message in account history
  • exchange order expiry time period picker
  • deposit and withdrawal buttons for Heat Ledger certified asset gateways
  • fixed asset launch time display
  • real-time chart ticker picks up trades as they occur
  • uncertified markets hidden by default, expandable through clicker
  • improved trollbox chat with cryptographic identity proof (click on name to inspect account in real time in block explorer)

Heatledger 1.1.0

While this version is backward compatible with previous versions when it comes to the p2p protocol level operations. To use the new 2.0 class of the HEAT clients you will need this upgraded version since those clients depend on extensions to the API not available in previous versions.

Focus for the 1.1.0 release has been on increasing system stability by hardening the existing code to better deal with multi threaded access to the core HEAT storage components (basically the blockchain itself).

In the upcoming versions of the HEAT server product focus will shift to replacing the peer 2 peer system inherited from HEAT's NXT origins (the p2p code is the last piece of original NXT code).

Now that this step was made, the core is ready to be used by the new intelligent and fast HEAT p2p protocol, the final bottle neck towards reaching transaction processing at lightning speeds.

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