During the upcoming weeks, my focus we be mostly on these areas:
using Lumen (Erlang on WASM) to run parts of our codebase in browser
constructing calldata for calling contracts directly in the browser
This would be useful for Fire - IDE for developing contracts in Sophia language.
If we can deliver calldata construction as a C-like shared library, it would be useful for all SDKs as well.
Sophia language compiler running in browser
Again, useful for Fire, but also for other sites which could utilize the compiler without callout to a deployed, hosted node.
Lumen compiler is not yet merged to master, and we will be working on the very bleeding edge.
It is expected that the progress will be at least partially blocked due to the status of the compiler.
improving Naming System support in Sophia language
AENS.update in Sophia (soon to be merged) introduces
There are at least 2 things worth implementing:
- AENS.resolve should return
option AENS.pointeewhich we can statically type check, improving correctness of the contracts using Naming System
- Support for generic blob a Naming System pointer can resolve to