Have you tried to deploy a Hyperledger Fabric project to the cloud before? I did, it is not an easy task. This blog post assumes you are already familiar with Hyperledger Fabric’s terminology.
If you want to go for the DIY path and set up everything by your own, you'll end up spending weeks, if not months, trying to figure out how to do it properly, taking care of all the small aspects of what it means to deploy a Fabric network. …
When we were designing Convector, one of the fundamental goals we wanted to achieve was to make the blockchain interaction as smooth as possible for the developers.
Most of the languages and libraries available today for blockchain development use a lot of complicated terms, the mental model of a blockchain developer often gets obfuscated with the underlying blockchain technology, and as I've mentioned before, a blockchain developer should focus in the application logic rather than the technology running behind it.
A few weeks ago, Simon Stone, Lead Engineer at the IBM Blockchain team, announced that IBM will significantly reduce its efforts in the Hyperledger Composer project, leaving a lot of developers with existing applications in a cloudy situation wondering what to do next.
The good news, here at WorldSibu we have been working in an Smart Contract framework that runs natively in Hyperledger Fabric, so you don't have to think about managing the complexities of communicating with Fabric directly, but still running a native Node JS chaincode on it. …