Skinning of the remaining front-end pages is underway. Our authentication system has been refactored and skinned, along with the footer and a few other pages around the app. The authentication system is receiving one more pass through this week, as this is a security critical part of the front-end (it engages with your private key).
The front-end is making steady progress. We’ve pulled any lingering issues down from GitHub as we switched to an internal management board some time ago. A snapshot of the remaining front-end issues progress is pictured below:
We pushed a few updates regarding the trading system and transactions, so please let us know if you see anything out of the ordinary when placing orders or navigating throughout Augur. Bug reports are best reported in our #betatesting channel on Slack. The backend and contracts are still in their final phases before audits, and we will keep everyone updated on the status of them.
Finally, if you’ve been thinking of getting a Ledger Nano S to secure your REP, we’ve published a guide on how to do so. Let us know if there are any remaining questions or parts you’d like to see expanded.
January 25, 2017
- Completed a simplification refactor to authentication views (Sign Up, Login, Import). Styling is in-process.
January 24, 2017
- Moved updateTradesInProgress trading actions post-processing to a new augur.js function, calculateTradeTotals.
- Moved placeTrade loop-thru-trading actions to new executeTradingActions function in augur.js.
- Added optional doNotMakeOrders parameter to executeTradingActions, placeTrade, placeBuy, placeSell, and placeShortSell functions.
- Fixed selectOrder references.
- Fixed isShortAsk parameter formatting in sell function.
January 23, 2017
- Increased augur.js unit test coverage by about 10%.
- Fix to a double header bug in OS X Safari when scrolling.
January 21, 2017
- augur.js minified build now works correctly.
January 19, 2017
- Moved (almost) all trading logic from UI to augur.js.
- Added license link to footer.
- Added popover text for long outcome names in market preview panels.
– The Augur Team