Waves has recently posted about its IDE updation. This new updated IDE is said to have a revamped interface.
Waves Web IDE’s main objective is to provide developers with an excellent tool for developing intelligent RIDE contracts. Users may use the IDE settings to set default seed, default byte, and an URL network node. Console (REPL) supports the IDE too.
Waves is always striving to improve usability for developers and reduce the barriers to entry. Our updated #Waves IDE features a refreshed interface, the ability to write/run tests for #dApps, and an even more convenient UX!
Try new Waves IDE: https://t.co/1EyZF1cdUm $WAVES pic.twitter.com/6XZUz8grOU
— Waves Platform (@wavesplatform) May 16, 2019
While RIDE is still in TestNet for dApps, there has been considerable interest in developer language. Many complex and intelligent contracts have already been concluded, and developers are shared with the community about their solutions. We have also seen overall growth in the dApps segment, with the arrival of many scalable solutions that could serve as the foundation for mass adoption.
RIDE is the language of programming for decentralized Waves blockchain applications. RIDE has been designed not to be complete with Turing. The lack of loops, recursions, and goto like expressions in the language leads to turning-incompleteness. Without these structures, we know in advance how much processing power, i.e., the calculation cost, is required to run the script. As a result, we can rest assured that every Waves blockchain calculation operation is done.
Waves has always supported developers through various means, such as the waves grant. Waves encourages developers, though ideas on other aspects of BlockChain are welcome to create solutions for a number of specific applications. This updated IDE also allows programmers to write and run their tests for dApp.