Tech Week in Review June 20 — June 24, 2022

2 min readJun 29, 2022

Our QA engineers are conducting functional testing of our dApps.

Functioning QA is important because aside from the technical requirements it focuses heavily on the UX. We regularly conduct functional testing with controlled groups to ensure that the controls we have built or the options we are providing the user with are intuitive and interactive to provide a rich user experience.

Our engineers are refactoring the logic for several test cases.

Use cases are the lifeblood of any technology. At 5ire we are constantly developing test cases and exploring use cases to make sure that we have robust applicability of our technology in everyday life. We dive into our test cases’ code to make sure that it is clean, user-friendly, and readable. Refactoring is an essential part of our development process, as we continue to improve our products.

Our designers are optimizing pages for use with Strapi.

Strapi is a new tool that our designers are working with to enable global accessibility. Strapi is an open-source headless CMS used for building fast and easily manageable APIs written in JavaScript. It enables developers to make flexible API structures easily using a beautiful user interface. We use Strapi not only to create a rich and interactive user experience but also to provide content in the languages of users’ choosing and make it easier to understand and interact with. Increasing accessibility and adoption of blockchain for a wide range of new users is one of our primary goals. By making our products available in multiple languages, we can support users from many language groups and backgrounds.

We are redesigning our support documentation for validators.

Validators for a blockchain are the very nodes that process and validate transactions on a system and provide fluid value movement and transaction processing. We would like to make it as easy as possible for our validators to join and partner with 5ireChain, and we are creating transparent and accessible support documentation so that new and existing validators can easily find the information they need.

Our engineers are fine-tuning our on-chain homomorphic encryption.

Security is critical in 5ireChain and we go to great lengths to ensure the security of all information held on-chain and of the chain itself. The choice of homomorphic encryption is to provide our users with the assurance that we will leave no stone unturned when it comes to ensuring data security. While our research team continues to research optimum security methods to future-proof 5ireChain against upcoming security threats, our engineers put their knowledge into practice by implementing security updates and keeping 5ireChain robust, secure, and safe for all users.

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