What's new in matic.js v3

Matic.js is an open-source javascript library for interacting with the Polygon bridge. It provides APIs for deposits, withdrawals, transfers, etc.

The latest version v3 is an all-in-all improvement over its predecessor, which was used in multiple applications. The newest iteration was developed after analyzing and understanding several improvements, feedback, and issues sourced from our community.

The main focus of v3 is to aid the developers in creating and deploying applications effortlessly, ensuring support for different ecosystems and releasing ready-to-use developer-friendly APIs.

Some of the important features in version 3 are -

  • Support for ethers
  • Reduced bundle size
  • Better API naming
  • Plugin support for shipping different functionalities in separate packages
  • Better documentation
  • FxPortal
  • ABI config can be changed
  • ABI can be loaded on deman
  • Some additional API's like - `isDeposited`, `isCheckpointed`, and more

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We hope these awesome features will help you. We will continue working on new updates and improvements. Help us get more visibility by giving this Github repository a star.

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