I’m proud to announce finishing the work on Telos Worker Proposal #95. It delivers tools and guidelines for a dApp developer to quickly deploy the server environment and start receiving updates from an EOSIO blockchain.
- chronicle-consumer module for Node.js is a simple library that provides blockchain updates to an application in a form of events.
- 3 practical examples illustrate the work of the module in collecting token transfers, Wordproof stamps, and hashes for “publicdomain” service.
- tutorial explains how to set up a Telos blockchain node, install Chronicle, and make it all work together.
Total time spent: 48 hours.
Typos fixing and small updates are still ongoing, but the tools and documentation are ready for developers to use.