Hurley hits 1.0!
At the same time that Convector hits 1.3.0, Hurley supports Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 and Private Data.
We are glad to announce that Hurley finally got to 1.0! It’s been a few months since we brought Hurley to live and a lot of developers have found the easiest way to manage a Hyperledger Fabric development environment.
With this new feature, Hurley now installs Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 networks and enables its capabilities. One of the main capabilities people are looking for is the ability to create and manage private data, so Hurley now also handles to set up private data collections and query them through transient data.
# Upgrade your hurley!
$ npm i @worldsibu/hurley
The new version doesn’t make major changes to the external API, it enhances it and adds the features I mentioned before. So feel free to upgrade it and continue using it as you have so far.
Here’s a full repo working with Private Data for Convector Smart Contracts:
convector-test-private-data. Contribute to worldsibu/convector-test-private-data development by creating an account on…
And here’s how to work Private Data without Convector (Golang):
The development environment toolset for blockchain projects - worldsibu/hurley
Full changelog here.