Admit it or not, putting together dozens of libraries and frameworks and making them working together to build an application is hard and tedious, not to mention getting your application deployed for public access.
On the other hand, having these libraries and frameworks makes our life easier by not reinventing the wheel, that's why create-react-app was born and get more and more popular.
You can get your own blockchain up and running within minutes with forge-cli, but how to connect your application with forge-powered chains through forge-sdk? How to get your application communication to ABT Wallet users?
forge-java-starter is here to help!
forge-java-starter is the go to solution if you want to build applications with java and react that runs on forge powered chains.
consists of 2 core parts:
- Build tools:
brew install automake libtool pkg-config libffi gmp openssl
- Node.js >= v10.x
- Java 8+
- A running Blockchain node using Forge-cli
- npm or yarn
Built upon the application skeleton we got after running
create-react-app, dApps bootstrapped with this starter have several widely used react libraries integrated to make page composing easier:
- styled-components as styling solution
- @material-ui as component library
- react-router-dom for client side routing
- @arcblock/forge-sdk for read and write onchain data
Forge-Java-starter can be start point for any forge powered dapp, you can built many blockchain powered apps, such as:
- Online store that sells digital assets and accept ABT as payments
- Online community application that authentication users through ABT Wallet
- Admin console for internal use that are protected by ABT Wallet
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