NDK v0.8.21: The Protocol Is the App Store

NDK is a nostr development kit that makes the experience of building Nostr-related applications, whether they are relays, clients, or anything in between, better, more reliable and overall nicer to work with than existing solutions.

NDK v0.8.21: The Protocol Is the App Store
  • "PSA: NDK has moved to a monorepo structure."
"This will hopefully mean that I will be able to REALLY pick up the pace in deploying new features and sibling ndk-* packages (like ndk-svelte, ndk-svelte-components, ndk-cache-redis, etc)," PABLOF7z wrote.
  • "The intent is that now I'll be able to write any NDK code I'm writing in my software directly in NDK and, when ready, release it. No backporting needed."
  • "Expect a lot more frequent releases of ndk and ndk-related projects."

What's new

  • Adds NIP-89 (app stores need not apply);
  • Adds NIP-90 support (data vending machines)
  • Adds NIP-99 support (craigslist-like events)
  • NDK-Dexie-cache released:

    - New Dexie Cache adapter for in-browser caching
  • NDK-Svelte-components released:

    - Highlights component support
    - UserCard and a few more user-centric components

Announcement 1 / Archive
Announcement 2 / Archive