In the second quarter of 2019, EOS experienced a flurry of fundamental activities that affected its general health in the quarter. We will share some of the important events and analysis of this platform and token.
EOS aims to create a blockchain architecture that scales to millions of transactions per second, eliminate transactions fee, and support the quick and smooth deployment of DApps. The blockchain-based platform facilitates the development of commercial-scale DApps on the EOS.IO network.
We shall consider a few of these fundamentals below.
EOSIO Labs™ Release: The EOSIO™ Explorer
On May 21, Block.01 announced the release of EOSIO Explorer.
EOSIO Labs stated that the new interface aims at enhancing the developer experience of monitoring and interacting with EOSIO-based applications and systems in development. As opposed to the previous interface which only allowed developers to use a less user-friendly command-line based toolchain, the new EOSIO Explorer and their browser would allow developers efficiently check blocks in their development nodes.
EOSIO Explorer, which is more user friendly and with a more graphical interface, will also enable developers to generate new transactions or resend transactions sent previously quickly. It will also allow users to create and manage their development accounts and keys, upload smart contracts via a graphical drag-and-drop interface, and other features.