First impressions on using Testnet 19:
It’s nice. The browser is pretty tidy.
The name of permission “App’s own container” is meaningless to me. It might be changed to something like “Store data for this app”. Just something that better indicates what the permission does rather than what it is. Giving permission to ‘store data’ is much more meaningful than to ‘be a container’. I think the details of the permission hidden behind the dropdown toggle explain it well, but the main name of it (which is the only thing most people will read) is not very descriptive. Same with using the Web Manager App, the permissions just don’t seem effective at describing what I’m allowing the app to do with my account.
I uploaded a file via Web Manager App and when it finished uploading it showed “Loading” then “No files found. Please upload web files” then “Loading” again, then it showed the file I’d uploaded. This was a bit odd and made me initially feel the upload had failed.
Overall this was a pretty smooth network to test and the things that bothered me were relatively small issues. I still wouldn’t feel comfortable demoing it to anyone nontechnical but I really like how it’s shaping up.