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Advanced BCH Monitoring with Tasker (Part 1: Refactoring)
What started being just a DIY project to be updated about your addresses transactions and crypto-to-fiat conversion, might be growing too much, is on those cases where you must stop and think about preparing your projects for growing up further.
Thousands of ideas are passing through my head: caching funded addresses to reduce bandwidth consumption, support to several REST API services for availability, error handling, SLP token support... But the last project structure is improvised and as an improvised structure, it does not scale well.
So I've been scratching a structure that allows us to add more features in the future, but it's also ok, to begin with, the UML diagram is just pretending to follow the standard, but as long as it is understandable for a software developer, he'll be able to code this into any programming language that can work properly with this kind of structures.
The represented structure is made as if it was for C++ because it is the language I'm using every day but as I told before, it can be implemented in any other compatible language and, with several limitations, Tasker it's one of those.