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Observer Nodes

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Although Corda’s API was stabilised with the release of Corda V1.0, we continue to add new APIs based on the requirements of our users (as expressed in our Slack channel and elsewhere). In Corda V2.0, we added the Observable State feature, which gives nodes flexibility in deciding whether to track a state. The Vault in Corda […]

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Corda V2.0 Released

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Following the release of Corda 1.0 in early October and the delivery of a stable API, allowing developers to build on Corda with confidence, we are proud to continue the Corda journey with the release of Corda 2.0 In addition to minor security and bug fixes, Corda 2.0 delivers the addition of Observer Node functionality. […]

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Testing CorDapps

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My first introduction to testing was the book Test-Driven Development with Python and its Testing Goat. At the time, testing sounded like a lot of pain for very little gain. For years, I was a testing adherent in name only. I professed to love testing solely because I saw it as a signifier of a […]

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First London Corda Meetup – Wed 18th Jan

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Our first London Corda Meetup will be held on Wednesday, 18th of January, from 6pm onwards. You can find all the details on our Meetup page, here: https://www.meetup.com/London-Corda-Meetup/events/236695249/. The venue will be Searcys, 151-157 City Road, EC1V 1JH. James Carlyle, R3’s Chief Engineer, and the Developer Relations team will be discussing Corda’s architecture and showcasing Corda-in-action. Members […]

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The Node Explorer

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The Node Explorer – affectionately known internally as the James Bond Viewer – is a new graphical user interface that allows you to experience a Corda network from the viewpoint of an individual node owner – exploring the network map, managing your assets, and viewing any transactions you’ve been involved in. You can see a video […]