We are releasing the M8.1 patch to our latest M8 milestone to fix a startup race that could occur when a node and its web server are started in parallel. Upgrading is recommended if your CorDapps use the bundled web server or you have CorDapps depending on other CorDapps. This change has no API changes. You can […]
We are pleased to announce the latest monthly Corda milestone release, M8. The main focus of this release has been performance and stability, Corda nodes now have a greatly reduced memory footprint. M8 also includes HTTP server split, improvements in exception/error handling for flows, simplification of contract clauses, and many bug fixes. Upgrading is recommended, especially […]
We arranged Singapore’s first ever Corda-focused meetup on Thursday, 19th of January from 7pm to 9pm as part of the Singapore Hyperledger Project meetup series. More than 100 people attended, and was standing room only, making it the biggest public Corda meetup globally to date! Richard Gendal Brown gave a presentation on the business aspects of Corda during the […]
We are pleased to announce the latest monthly Corda milestone release, M7. This is our first release after opening up the project and it focuses primarily on stability and robustness, especially on the wider variety of platforms the community has been testing with. M7 includes many bug fixes, so upgrading is worthwhile. As always, there […]
Our first London Corda Meetup will be held on Wednesday, 18th of January, from 6pm onwards. You can find all the details on our Meetup page, here: https://www.meetup.com/London-Corda-Meetup/events/236695249/. The venue will be Searcys, 151-157 City Road, EC1V 1JH. James Carlyle, R3’s Chief Engineer, and the Developer Relations team will be discussing Corda’s architecture and showcasing Corda-in-action. Members […]
Hi everyone, Hopefully you can make it to the first meeting of the NY-based Corda meetup group next Thursday, 15 December, at 6:30pm at 424 Broadway, Suite 602 in Manhattan. James Carlyle, R3’s Chief Engineer, will be in town from London to give an introduction to Corda’s architecture. Several other developer relations representatives from R3 […]
Following Corda’s successful open-source release, the development team at R3 is now moving ahead and kicking off the last sprint of 2016. Those interested to see what’s in the works can now view the team’s public JIRA tracker, here. At present, adding to this tracker is available only to the core team. Those wanting to […]
Today marks the official global open-sourcing of R3’s Corda platform! This is an important milestone in the development and adoption of our core technology. We look forward to the continuing evolution of our platform as the best minds around the world offer their input on the way ahead.