Yesterday the ethereum.org team, published an update of their developments to the Ethereum community.
Walking into the future
For those who don’t know, Ethereum.org is an open source public resource for the Ethereum (ETH) community and therefore anyone can contribute to it.
Basically, it is intended to serve as an educational resource, “designed to help new users become familiar with the Ethereum and its key concepts,” its website explains.
Also, within its basic principles, the website states that it is always evolving as the Ethereum and the community are faced with perpetual change.
The latest testnet available before the launch of Ethereum 2.0
Updates of ethereum.org
The press release was posted on his blog and announced on Twitter, where it was noted: “New page, new designs, new goals and more. Catch up on what we’ve been working on over the past few months”.
Moving to Gatsby
Etereum.org has reported that they have decided to trust Gatsby. It is important to note that Gatsby combines the best parts of React, webpack, react-router, GraphQL and other front-end tools in order to provide a more enjoyable developer experience.
However, the press release noted that this change may not be immediately obvious, but it will help them climb up to ethereum.org.
Fresh and engaging illustrations
In a website the presentation is fundamental, what is presented must be pleasing to the eye. In this sense, ethereum.org reported that they have worked hand in hand with independent artists to bring ethereum to life.
The interesting thing is, it seems that anyone is free to use the images since they establish that they are for the community.
Improved page design
Just as a website must be attractive to the eye, it must also be functional. That is why ethereum.org is working on renewing the content offered on the site.
In fact, they added the “Get ETH” option that will basically help the user find the wallet and crypto exchanges they can use to acquire Ethereum.
“We hope that this will prevent new users from trying to register for an exchange they won’t be able to use, or download a wallet they can’t buy ETH from. It’s about reducing that friction,” the statement said.