Re: Fabric Smart Client and Token SDK

Brian Behlendorf <bbehlendorf@...>

This is great to see, Angelo! Kudos, I know getting code like this out can be a ton of work, so kudos to everyone at IBM who helped make that happen.


On 6/9/21 9:15 PM, Angelo De Caro wrote:
Dear Fabric Community,

What would happen if the developers could have access to the following:
- A high level API that hides the complexity of Fabric;
- A Peer-to-Peer infrastructure that let Fabric Clients and Endorsers talk to each as required by the business processes;
- Advanced transaction orchestration;
- A simplified model to interact with chaincodes;
- A State-based programming model that let you forget about RW sets and focus on business objects and their interactions;
- Create tokens that represents any kind of asset (baked by a real-world asset or virtual);
- Choose the privacy level that best fits the use-case without changing the application logic;
- Perform atomic swaps;
- Interoperate with token systems in other blockchain networks;
- Add a token layer to existing Fabric distributed application?
Developing Fabric-based distributed applications would become simpler and joyful.
It is therefore with great pleasure that I would like to share with you some announcements.
We have just open-sourced two new projects as Hyperledger Labs projects whose aim is to deliver on the above expectations: 

1. Fabric Smart Client ( The Fabric Smart Client is a new Fabric Client that lets you focus on business processes and simplifies the development of Fabric-based distributed application.
2. Fabric Token SDK ( The Fabric Token SDK is a set of API and services that lets developers create token-based distributed application on Hyperledger Fabric.

We are looking forward for your feedback and we need your help to make these projects successful.


Brian Behlendorf
General Manager for Blockchain, Healthcare and Identity
Twitter: @brianbehlendorf

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