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The team at Ost technology has been working hard to improve our platform to make it even easier for developers to build dapps with their own tokens on our Ethereum Layer-2 infrastructure. We have recently released several major updates, including:
- Improvements to Ost’s mobile wallet SDKs
- A sample React Native app (built using the latest version of the RN wallet SDK), and
- A server-side demo application.
Taken together, these updates are designed to deliver a greatly simplified developer experience that significantly reduces the time it takes to integrate Ost technology into existing applications and tech stacks. Now it’s even easier to build an Ethereum dapp on Ost.
Here’s an overview of the improvements:
Support for In-App Custom Loaders
It’s now possible for developers to customize their loaders to suit their particular projects. Specific new capabilities include the ability to choose:
- Loader gifs
- Success and failure icons
- Success messages
- Loading-text messages
Regardless of the mobile wallet SDK being used, custom loaders must be implemented in Android and iOS native code base. You can learn more about implementation at the Github pages for our Android Custom Loader and iOS Custom Loader.
Support for Custom Error Messages
App developers can now choose their own end-user and developer error messages. For more information please see React Native Error Messages.
Wallet Settings UI View
Developers can now implement a single “wallet settings” view covering all possible wallet actions and settings. This eliminates the prior need to implement 10 or more individual wallet workflows, an improvement that should significantly reduce integration time. The “wallet settings” view, which is dependent on device and user status, is updated as these change.
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