Migrate from Hyperledger Composer? Let us help you!
Whether you are looking for free-open source resources or looking for technical professional help.
We have seen this pattern of people moving away from Hyperledger Composer a variety of reasons:
- Looking to move into production-ready code.
- Looking for a scalable solution for their smart contracts.
- Looking for a more native approach to chaincodes.
Whatever your reason is, we have the help you need! Hundreds of developers have already migrated from Composer to Convector.
Convector is not another Composer. It’s a fully-featured smart contracts framework. It’s written in TypeScript and compiles to native NodeJS chaincodes. It also comes with it’s sister tool Hurley to streamline your development process and make the roll out of your env a matter of one command.
Read Convector’s story herewww.hyperledger.org
I’m a developer looking for free resources!
If you are a developer you will find Convector a bit similar to Composer (in the easy way of doing things), but much more scalable and natively architected.
As an Open Source community, you can find the resources and help for you to painlessly migrated.
Check out the worldsibu community on Discord - hang out with 211 other members and enjoy free voice and text chat.discord.gg
- Home for community resources
- A Github fullstack example (Hyperledger Fabric-NodeJS (Express)-Angular).
- Identity patterns for Hyperledger Fabric
- Comprehensive tutorial for building from scratch
- Youtube tutorials
- Migrate from Composer to Convector
- Convector’s Twitter Page
Or simply get started by running:
npm i -g @worldsibu/convector-cli
# change the "myproject" and "product"
conv new myproject -c product
Be sure to have Docker CE, Docker-Compose (for Linux-based OS), and Node 8.11.
I’m a company looking for professional support and help!
As a company, we have also migrated companies by providing development services and architecture guidance in projects, some even took just a few weeks.