Intro to Hyperledger
In this module, we'll explore where Hyperledger came from, and how it has evolved over time.
The best way to understand how Hyperledger works is to set up your own node.
Example: Hyperledger for Car Dealerships
It's not the size of your node that matters - it's how you use it.
Setting up your Developer Environment
As you might expect, there are a myriad of ways to setup up a local development environment and configurations can vary widely. We’ll help you get started with some basics and hopefully save you some headaches. To start, open up a shell and let’s get on with the good stuff! For each dependency listed below, run the command shown to verify that it’s installed correctly. If it is not installed, you will need to install binaries from either a package manager or directly.
Note: These installation instructions are specifically for Mac OS X. Ubuntu installation instructions will be the same, but Homebrew will not be required.
Check your homebrew version with
( Install Here )
We’ll need curl to download some example files.
For this course we’ll need you to have docker and docker-compose:
Go is a scripting language which can be used to write Hyperledger chaincode.