Hello, Tezos community! We are thrilled to share the latest updates on the Sign in with Tezos (SIWT) project. Since our last update, we’ve significantly enhanced the SIWT experience for developers and users. We’ve redesigned the demo, introduced time limitations, improved our codebase, and expanded our reach within the developer community. Let’s dive into the details!
We’ve revamped our SIWT demo and the landing page to make it more tangible for developers and the community. The new demo is designed to demonstrate the benefits of SIWT for the Tezos ecosystem. It’s user-friendly and interactive, allowing anyone to play around and see if their set criteria meet the conditions. This is an excellent way for developers to understand how SIWT can be integrated into their applications and for users to see how SIWT enhances their experience.
We’ve introduced a new feature that allows developers to set time limitations to access their applications. This is particularly useful for developers who want to offer time-limited access to their applications. For example, a developer could set up a trial period for a premium feature in their application, where users can access the feature for a limited time before deciding whether to purchase full access.
Our codebase has undergone significant improvements, making it more robust and efficient. We’ve also implemented an acceptance and deployment process using Github actions. This means that updates and new features can be seamlessly integrated and deployed, ensuring that SIWT is always up-to-date and optimally.
We’ve reached out to more than 23 developers and teams to introduce SIWT and its benefits for the overall ecosystem. We’ve also appeared on the BlockchainEvolved Show, and Tezos Commons featured an article about SIWT in their blog. This has helped to raise awareness about SIWT and encourage its adoption within the Tezos community.
We’re excited to announce that two projects, StakeNow.fi, and The Stack Report, are already using SIWT, and a third project, DIY Frame, has just implemented it. This is a testament to SIWT’s value to the Tezos ecosystem, and we look forward to seeing more projects adopt SIWT in the future.
We’re incredibly proud of our progress with SIWT and excited about its potential to enhance the Tezos ecosystem. We’re committed to continuously improving SIWT and making it the go-to solution for developers looking to enhance their applications. Stay tuned for more updates, and as always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions according to our contribution roles. SIWT aims to be a community-owned and operated project by its stakeholders.
Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to seeing you in the Tezos ecosystem!