fabric node sdk vs java sdk
Ross Tang <tangross@...>
I don’t have definite answer, like side by side comparison. But I am working very fine with node sdk, especially when my middle tier application, and front end app are (everything in Typescript). I create a single Typescript monrepo, for every stack/components, including chaincode. It is end-to-end typing, and I am using Jest for unit and integration for web, api gateway, middleware, and chaincode. Also easy with DevOps.toggle quoted message Show quoted text
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Hello - both SDKs have the updated programming model. Both have the same features, and able to support the same Fabric use-cases.
It's possibly more important to consider the development environment, skills, and other libraries you want to use - let that be a guide to the choice of development language and pick the SDK to match
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Medha Kamalakar <medha_Kamalakar@...>
Are there any recommendations around which fabric sdk should be used(node sdk vs java sdk) for various hyperledger fabric blockchain use cases.
Are there any guidelines for choice of SDK and has any comparative analysis been done for this?(Criteria could be performance, feature list, support available etc..)
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