10+ Resources Every IPFS Developer Should Know About

A List of Resources for IPFS, IPLD, IPNS, Multiformats, Libp2p, Filecoin, and IPFS Cluster

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vasa
Jul 23, 2019 · 4 min read
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After around a year of working on IPFS, I have come up with a nearly exhaustive & minimal list of resources to get started with IPFS; for beginners and programmers. So, folks here it is.

Simple As Water

If you like high-tech Web3 concepts explained in simple words with interactive tutorials, then head here.

“Understanding IPFS in Depth” Series

This series is divided into 6 parts, each part covering different aspects of IPFS including, an overview of IPFS, IPNS, IPLD, Multiformats, Libp2p, and Filecoin. In each part, we try to understand the need for the component, What is it and How it works and at the last, we play with the same things that we studied about in a hands-on tutorial.

“IPFS Cluster” Series

As we explore IPFS, we start realizing a need for managing the IPFS nodes. IPFS helps us to manage a large number of nodes, hence large amounts of data. So, in this IPFS Cluster series, we first understand What is a Cluster and How it works in-depth. In the last part of the series, we go through a hands-on tutorial in which we build a 2 node IPFS Cluster Setup.

Some Fun Stuff

In this small post, we host a website on IPFS using IPNS.

Proto School: Interactive tutorials on decentralized web protocols

If you want to have a good understanding of how the decentralized web protocols work using fun tutorials, then proto school is the place for you to hang out.

Textile.io

You can find a lot of stuff on DHTs(how do we find content & peers in the network?)

If you have any suggestions or want any resource added to this list, then shoot the link in the comments.

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About the Author

Vaibhav Saini is a Co-Founder of TowardsBlockchain, an MIT Cambridge Innovation Center incubated startup.

He works as Senior blockchain developer and has worked on several blockchain platforms including Ethereum, Quorum, EOS, Nano, Hashgraph, IOTA etc.

He is a Speaker, Writer and a drop-out from IIT Delhi.

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