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We are pleased to announce the release of ripple-lib version 1.0.0!

ripple-lib is a high-level JavaScript interface to the XRP Ledger. This version features a range of changes and improvements that make the library more capable and flexible. It includes new methods for accessing rippled APIs, including subscriptions.

When using this version with rippled for online functionality, we recommend using rippled version 1.0.1 or later.

Below is a summary of the changes since ripple-lib version 0.22.0 (the previous non-beta version).

Release Notes

New Features

Data Validation and Errors

Breaking Changes

The following changes were introduced in 1.0.0.

  • getTransaction() and getTransactions()
    • The specification.destination.amount field has been removed from the parsed transaction response.
    • To determine the amount that a transaction delivered, use outcome.deliveredAmount.
    • If you require the provisional requested Amount from the original transaction:
      • Use getTransaction()‘s includeRawTransaction option, or
      • Use getTransactions()‘s includeRawTransactions option, or
      • Use the rippled APIs directly with request(). For example, call the API methods tx, account_tx, etc.
  • getLedger() response object
    • The rawTransactions field has been removed (for consistency with getTransaction() and getTransactions()).
    • Instead, within each transaction, use the new rawTransaction JSON string.
    • The metaData field has been renamed to meta for consistency with rippled‘s tx method.
    • ledger_index has been added to each raw transaction.

Learn, ask questions, and discuss

ripple-lib Documentation is available in the XRP Ledger Dev Portal.

Other resources:

Other Information

Bug Bounties and Responsible Disclosures

We welcome reviews of the codebase and urge reviewers to responsibly disclose any issues that they may find. For more on Ripple’s Bug Bounty program, please visit https://ripple.com/bug-bounty/.

Acknowledgements

On behalf of the XRP Community, we would like the thank those who have contributed to the development of the ripple-lib open source code, whether they did so by writing code, using the library, reporting issues, discovering bugs or offering suggestions for improvements.

Contributors

The following is the list of people who made code contributions, large and small, to ripple-lib prior to the release of 1.0.0:

Abraham Tom, Adrian Hope-Bailie, Alan Cohen, Alex Choi, amougel, Andreas Brekken, Andrey Fedorov, Arthur Britto, Ben Sharafian, Bo Chen, Brad Chase, Brandon Wilson, Brian Clifton, Cheng Wei, Chris Clark, Chris Yuen, cryptcoin-junkey, Daniel Davis, Dan Quirk, Daren Tuzi, darkmemo, David Schwartz, Edward Hennis, Elliot Lee, Evan Schwartz, Ewald Moitzi, Filip Andersson, Franziska Hinkelmann, Fred K. Schott, FrRichard, Geert Weening, Hovhannes Kuloghlyan, Ivan Tivonenko, jatchili, Jed McCaleb, Jks Liu, Justin Lynn, lid, Liucw, Luke Burns, Madeline Shortt, Manish Jethani, Matthew Fettig, Mehul Kar, Michael Elsdörfer, Moe Adham, Mo Morsi, Nicholas Dudfield, Nicolás López Jullian, Niraj Pant, professorhantzen, Reed Rosenbluth, ripplerm, Rome Reginelli, Ryan Young, sentientwaffle, Stefan Thomas, Steven Zeiler, Vahe Hovhannisyan, Vinnie Falco, Waldir Pimenta, wltsmrz and Yeechan Lu.

We look forward to more external contributions and are excited to see the broader XRP Ledger community grow and thrive.

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