Another month of development has been completed in the Neo ecosystem, and with it come new conveniences and opportunities for developers. In September, Neo’s core developers completed the work to support dynamic scripts at contract runtime, creating new and unexplored possibilities for smart contracts. Other notable improvements include a new native contract method to simplify iteration over contracts on a network, and various enhancements for NeoCLI plugin modules.
On the infrastructure side, community teams also sought to provide conveniences of their own for developers and users alike. NEXT enhanced the NeoLine wallet to make it the first option for Neo users looking to transfer tokens via NeoNS names, and AxLabs began building out its NeoFS module for the neow3j SDK, which will open the door for Java applications integrating with decentralized storage.
Also this month, COZ initiated work on a Mamba SDK improvement to make invoking contracts over RPC more user-friendly, and Neo SPCC brought its historic invocation functionality to the NeoGo CLI, allowing builders to integrate more deeply with the Neo blockchain by accessing past states.
The full Neo global monthly development report for September can be found below.