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Call Internet Computer Canister Smart Contracts In NodeJS

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​​​I spent last few months developing Papyrs an open-source, privacy-first, decentralized blogging platform that lives 100% on chain. This new web editor is finally ready for testing, I can write some blog posts again 😁.​

This new web3 platform uses DFINITY’s Internet Computer. Because each registered user gets two smart contracts, it was particularly useful that I…

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David Dal Busco

David Dal Busco

Freelancer by day | Creator of DeckDeckGo by night | Organizer of the Ionic and IndieHackers Zürich Meetup

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