ArcBlock's website empowers blockchain developers

ArcBlock is offering a novel blockchain platform that enables developers to build, manage and deploy decentralized applications easily. The goal was to create a Ruby on Rails like experience. This development was on 08 July.

ArcBlock conveyed that the broad goal was to give the developers all the components they need so that they would be able to concentrate only on coding. ArcBlock informed that the ArcBlock Developer Website was replete with information related to Forge Blockchain Application Framework, Open Chain Access Protocol plus other developer tools. ArcBlock added that such a provision would enable developers to leverage ArcBlock blockchain platform.

ArcBlock quoted briefly on Forge Blockchain Application Framework as – 

“To start, most developer getting started who are interested in building a DApps easily will look at the Forge Blockchain Application Framework. Forge Framework takes the hard work out of building DApps by providing the batteries needed for any DApp and letting developers focus on what they do best – write code.”

ArcBlock emphasized that unlike other blockchain systems, developers were free to use SDK programming language of their choice. Such programming languages include Python, Java, Javascript, iOS, Android and others. ArcBlock clarified on the segregation of the developer documentation. ArcBlock informed that several key development areas were – Installation, Forge blockchain SDKs, Developer Tools, Architecture and Forge RPC.

ArcBlock informed that the ArcBlock Developer Website was replete with information related to Forge Blockchain Application Framework, Open Chain Access Protocol plus other developer tools.

ArcBlock carried on to inform about its other offering, Open Chain Access Protocol (OCAP). ArcBlock added that OCAP is an industry-first protocol for accessing and using underlying blockchains in a unified way. ArcBlock provided insight that the goal of OCAP was simple, to provide an easy platform to work across different blockchains. ArcBlock suggested that this would be accomplished with access to intuitive application programming interfaces (APIs).

In June, there were reports of ArcBlock releasing DApps and Decentralized Identity Developer Testing tool to simplify the development of blockchain apps. ArcBlock added that before writing a single line of code, developers could simulate an application that includes different authentication standards. ArcBlock clarified that with this launch, DApps Workshop solves the problem to test and validate the use of decentralized identity.

ArcBlock concluded by sharing insight into its key industry engagements. ArcBlock is the world’s first blockchain application platform that combines the power of cloud computing to build, run and manage decentralized applications. ArcBlock’s blockchain provides a seamless way to build blockchains and DApps with Forge SDK. Users could also use any service, app, or website instantly.