Developers for IOTA Qubic Programming Language Release New Update
IOTA Developers Release a Report Detailing the New Qubic Update
IOTA developers have finally released a new report on the Quibic programming language, explaining that they had spent most of the time in the month of August clearing the shelves in order to learn about the Abra programming language of the IOTA blockchain network.
According to the report, the developing team has made some significant progress when it comes to areas related to the core structures of the language including its corresponding user interface. They say that this update is meant to be a completely thorough one, which affects UI and everything.
IOTA believes so much in the Quibic update. The developers claim that the results so far are impressive and that they will demonstrate the compatibility of proof-of-concept once it’s implemented completely before the end of the year.
Developers Documenting The Computational Model Of Qubic
The developers also mentioned that they have started documenting the entire Qubic’s computational model, giving out more details about the Abra program.
The documentation will also cover will also cover the event and task dispatcher of all nodes enabled by Qubic, known as the “Qubic Dispatcher”.
“Handy encodes the Abra program into a compact trinary representation so that it can easily be packaged into a Qubic transaction and posted on the Tangle. Handy will have done the syntax checking and flagging of any errors in the Abra program before packaging happens, which means that any post-processing tool, like the Qubic Dispatcher, will not have to do that anymore,” the report stated.
Qubic’s computational model is in two main parts: the Qubic Dispatcher and the Abra syntax, with the former relating more on interaction of the system.
Rumors have it that a match paper is to be next.