Hyperledger blockchain project releases new beta version for Fabric
A collaborative cross-industry effort to advance blockchain technology, Hyperledger Project announced the release of new beta version for Hyperledger Fabric that is available for testing.
“We would to thank everyone who helped bring this beta release to life. It was a huge effort that went into reducing the open defect count and upping the level of test coverage over 1.0.0-alpha2. In total, we had 68 developers representing 11 companies and 11 individuals contributing 364 changes affecting about 80k lines of code. Together, we have reduced the open defect count by more than 50% and increased the test coverage to more than 82% across the various repositories,” the release stated.
With the release of new beta, the tem is planning on weekly releases from this point on, in order to keep up steady pace of improvements including defects, tests and documentation. The APIs and ABIs are officially locked down for 1.0.0 in a way that it would be safe to write applications that are intended for the 1.0.0 release. Also, “writing your application” tutorial will be added to the official documentation on June 15.
“We’ve also started daily and weekly runs in Hyperledger Fabric official Continuous Integration (CI) services – with more comprehensive integration, performance and scale testing, publishing results on all the supported platforms,” it added.
Last month, Hyperledger accepted ‘Composer’ blockchain project into incubation. This project is a collaboration tool in order to build and create ‘blockchain business networks’ that aims to accelerate the development of smart contracts and business networks built on blockchain technology.
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