Blockchain Developer Monthly 💻🔗🚀 November 2019 – Taner Seytgaziyev
LiquidApps (the team that cut operational costs for this app by 100x) hosted their first ever hackathon this month to kickoff the first dApps (decentralized applications) to run on the DAPP Network as well as show off their impressive suite of blockchain products.
One of these products is LiquidLink, which introduces interoperability between EOSIO and Ethereum based chains (with support for more chains in the future!) for your dApps!!! If you’re interested in learning more, check out this video.
They even provided a pre-built dApp template on a Gitpod repo that you can fork and modify to build your dApp 1000x faster, and it runs on the Web independently from your local environment.
Some tools and resources to help you build your next project:
LiquidApps Gitpod Zeus IDE, because, you know, I had to mention it again
There is also an EOSIO Web IDE that makes building full-stack EOSIO applications (and your life) so much easier.
List of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) and other offerings that have free tiers for developers.
Virginia Tech, a leader in University Blockchain education hosted the first ever Blocksburg Summit, with one of the speakers being the legend himself, Daniel Larimer, who reminded us the reason we are passionate about Blockchain & DLT in the first place.
The WASM format has been supported by all the major browsers for a while now, and it’s popularity is quickly growing. The Golem Project announced gWASM this month. Ethereum is proprosing a migration to eWASM. EOSIO has had its own WebAssembly Interpreter for a while now, EOSVM. Why is WebAssembly getting so much attention lately? Well maybe it’s because of its sheer speed and ability to bring large native applications to the Web, without sacrificing performance, but what do I know? 🤷♂️ Don’t listen to me, take Safia’s word for it.
These days, when many people think of a blockchain, they equate it with a slow, inefficient database. Here is a tweet thread challenging this way of thought, and why we should try to get away from this blockchain stereotype.
Brave, the privacy-focused browser with a blockchain-enabled advertising platform, and Everipedia, an encyclopedia on the blockchain, have joined in arms in their latest partnership. These are two decentralized applications that I enjoy using on a daily basis, check them out if you haven’t already.