DIY HS Toolkit review 28 October 2019

Testing, testing, testing. Now the core logic and data flows have be set in motion, they need to be made reliable. This involves user testing and debugging. Automated testing and unit testing help with this (note, writing these test have lapsed in recent times) but nothing beats real peers pressing any combination of clicks. This has been the focus of this week. This has helped identify key repeating patterns that can be used a verification gateways: for example, time settings enter SAFEflow must be in a certain time format. With the data flowing much visualisation can be created and used. See video below. However, it would be great to allow any peer to add any data store to the Toolkit and submit it for network approval. The last part of the video shows how this will be done.

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