While the price of OmiseGO (OMG) and most cryptocurrencies have remained stagnant over the past month of October, the OmiseGO project continues to move forward with new developments.
As outlined in their October Community Update, OmiseGO has been keeping busy and moving forward across all fronts.Technical Updates Regarding the eWallet Suite
On the technical side of things, the eWallet Suite team accomplished quite a lot. Their most notable accomplishment was the finalization of the complex eWallet settings feature.
For those of you who don’t know, the eWallet Suite is an open-source software toolkit developed by OmiseGO for the onboarding of merchants and users to the OMG Network. Key components of the eWallet Suite include the point of sale applications for both iOS and Android-operating systems.
In addition to the eWallet settings feature developments, the team implemented features and improvements into the point-of-sale applications for both Android and iOS.
For instance, the team fixed various bug issues with preloaded exchange pairs, which improved the flow of transactions to their iOS point-of-sale application. They also added various support functions and some key features, including but not limited to: the launch screen, an app icon, receive funds, and top up.
For Android, new pages were added to the Client Application, and to improve the flow of navigation the team switched to the Android Navigation Component. As well, the team improved the Android SDK with a support transaction request for an admin module.
During the month of November and moving forward, the eWallet Suite team will be working on the following features:Admin permission matrix Transaction auditing Improving error reporting Additions to iOS and Android Point of Sale apps Plasma Developments
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