22 November, 2018 | By Gregg Irwin

Happy November, Red community! We’ve been very busy. Beginning in September, Nenad and Qingtian joined Gregg in Idaho for 6 weeks, in preparation for Ethereum DevCon 4, and to set some things in motion for a possible U.S. Red presence. Challenges continued to appear at every turn, which kept us on our toes. By the end of October, we were ready to hit Prague for the DevCon, and to have our first Mini RedCon with some of the team.

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23 October, 2018 | By Gregg Irwin

Hello REDucers! Our mission to fight software complexity is going to be showcased alongside Ethereum’s Devcon IV in Prague. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by Redcon! What’s Redcon about? Redcon is for anyone interested in open-source, full-stack, domain-specific languages built using Red Language or any of its dialects. We’ll be having a casual meetup-style event, with food and adult beverages. Who will be there? Red’s designer, Nenad Rakocevic, will discuss the language and its capabilities.

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20 October, 2018 | By Gregg Irwin

Thank you for your patience. With all the other work going on, we’ve been juggling priorities. But now, at long last, it’s time for an updated Red Wallet. There are still a lot of pieces in progress for future releases, but this version adds some key upgrades. If you missed the original wallet announcement, here’s a short feature list from that: Secure ETH and RED token transactions. Support for the world’s leading hardware key: the Ledger Nano S.

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2 October, 2018 | By Lucinda Knapp

Happy Tuesday everyone! @lucindamichele here. I’d like to thank everyone who responded on-list and off to our questions about yourselves. It is a big help for us, because our goal is to make Red as responsive to your needs as possible. While our due date has passed, you can still send your responses to myself or Gregg privately, and I can append them to our sheets. Our set of questions is appended at the end of this update.

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4 August, 2018 | By Nenad Rakocevic

Here is a short video overview of the implemented features so far for Red/View backend on Android: The source code for that Android test app is available here. Implemented features so far: New java bridge for Android Full set of Red/View widgets supported (some still require extra work) Draw & Shape dialects fully supported Compatibility with Android GUI themes Device-independent coordinate system Updated APK building toolchain for targeting API 23+ Android systems Improved ARM backend, support for ARMv7+ Android OS support ranges from 5.

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