2018-09-04 Update

Status Update I want to share with you the weekly status update for our dApp (decentralized application) development team. GraphQL We have decided to use GraphQL for accessing our Ethereum smart contracts. In GraphQL, an API is typically split into Mutations, Queries, and Subscriptions. Instead of requiring our frontend to call .call() on every smart contract state variable, and do a complicated .send(), we want to offer all frontend functionalities in a frontend developer-friendly package. GraphQL comes in handy here, as the GraphQL schema also serves as a documentation on what the API can and cannot do, as well as […]