Following its announcement at the Neo Community Assembly 2019 press conference, NEO-ONE has released the 2.0 version of its all-in-one development suite for Neo contracts. The 2.0 release is noted to be the first production-ready build, allowing developers to deploy TypeScript smart contracts to the Neo MainNet. NEO-ONE 2.0 is the final release before the team focuses its efforts on Neo3 compatibility.
During the recent NEO Community Assembly, NEO-ONE founder Alex DiCarlo offered ecosystem developers a first look at the new tools, reiterating the project’s ambition to dramatically reduce the barrier to entry for dApp development.
NEO-ONE provides all necessary tooling for a developer to build a functional TypeScript blockchain application in as little as 30 minutes. Editing, compiling, and debugging is all handled via a toolkit that can be launched with as little as one command, or accessed directly from the browser.
The solution also offers guides, courses, and detailed documentation to quickly enable users to get started. To further increase productivity, the NEO-ONE team also integrated its solution into CodeSandbox, a web-based code editor that allows contract code snippets to be easily shared between users.
Moving forward, NEO-ONE will focus its efforts on implementing compatibility with Neo3. The team will also begin making improvements to the NeoTracker explorer.
With NEO-ONE now able to deploy Neo contracts to the MainNet, DiCarlo had only one thing left to say to curious developers:
“Go try NEO-ONE.”
NEO-ONE’s 2.0 announcement can be found at the below link: