Commit 816a1037 authored by Gari Singh's avatar Gari Singh Committed by Gerrit Code Review
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Merge "FAB-5100 update Introduction to remove marbles"

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:doc:`getting_started`
Where you learn how to set up a sample network on your local machine. You’ll be
introduced to most of the key components within a blockchain network, learn
more about how they interact with each other, and then you’ll actually get the
code and run some simple query and update transactions.
We provide a number of tutorials where you’ll be introduced to most of the
key components within a blockchain network, learn more about how they
interact with each other, and then you’ll actually get the code and run
some simple transactions against a running blockchain network. We also provide
tutorials for those of you thinking of operating a blockchain network using
Hyperledger Fabric.
:doc:`fabric_model`
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well as a few others and describes how they work together in a sample
transaction flow.
:doc:`marbles`
Where you can learn how to write a sample smart contract in GOLANG and invoke
it from an application written in JavaScript. You’ll become comfortable with
the key APIs used by both smart contract developers and application developers
and ready to write your own application using the Hyperledger Fabric API
reference information.
Designing a Business Network (coming soon)
Takes you through how to design a business network using a standard process.
You’ll start by defining the business network and identify the participants
and the goods and services that move between them. You’ll think about the key
lifecycles and how they are impacted by the activities of the key participants.
By the time you’re through, you’ll be ready to start working with key
stakeholders in your company to design a business network that uses Hyperledger
Fabric.
Best Practices (coming soon)
Deals with the practical concerns of setting up and managing a production
Hyperledger Fabric blockchain. You’ll understand the key factors to consider
when planning a blockchain solution, such as compute, storage and network
requirements. You’ll also understand the key non-functional requirements,
including maintainability, performance, availability and disaster recovery.
.. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Marbles
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[WIP] ...coming soon
The marbles chaincode application demonstrates the ability to create
assets (marbles) with unique attributes - size, color, owner, etc... and
trade these assets with fellow participants in a blockchain network. It
is not yet stable with v1 codebase.
Learn more about the marbles chaincode and client-side application
`here <https://github.com/IBM-Blockchain/marbles>`__
.. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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