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PaySwarm Alpha 4 released

From: Manu Sporny <msporny@digitalbazaar.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2012 10:14:52 -0400
Message-ID: <502E51DC.1070000@digitalbazaar.com>
To: Web Payments <public-webpayments@w3.org>
PaySwarm Alpha 4 was released late last night. This release focused on
getting a few fixes out to support the Read Write Web Community group as
they build an HTML5 Web App store on top of the PaySwarm reference
implementation.

We also spent the time to get a continuous integration system up and
running. This will help us achieve tighter release cycles and reduce the
build->test->stage->test->production->test release process from 3 hours
down to 15 minutes.

Other work focused on enabling customers/vendors to view deposits and
transaction contracts, switching more Web app interfaces over to
AngularJS, and general bug smashing.

Here are the major changes:

  * Implementation of continuous integration / test system
  * Database migration re-factoring and updates
  * Tightened security around database calls
  * AngularJS implementation for dashboard and account activity
  * Fixed bug that broke identity creation during vendor registration
  * Added labels for pending/voided transactions
  * Improved deposit UI to be simpler and more succinct
  * Fixed bug causing enter key to do the wrong thing on many modals
  * Internationalization framework fixes
  * Updated financial activity links to be based off of account(s)
  * Internal code refactoring to rename REST service modules
  * Vendors can now view purchase details of things they have sold
  * Deposits can now be viewed by the depositor
  * Auto-generated ACLs for accessing transaction details
  * Added support for viewing deposits via /transactions/:id.

-- manu

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