Welcome back! In our last post, we went through the start-to-finish process for deploying a simple, shell script-based, automatically invoked Dragonchain smart contract. It was neat. Let’s do something neater.
It. Is. Time. Let’s write up a simple shell script and deploy it to our Dragonchain business node as a smart contract.
I don’t know why Docker sounds dirty to me, but I’m apparently a 12 year old boy and it does. Anyhoo, Docker is going to play a central role in building and maintaining smart contracts that run on Dragonchain. In this post, I’ll share my first experiments creating a simple Docker container, pushing it to […]
Before we dive into actually creating smart contracts and making blockchain magic, it’ll be worth taking ONE MORE POST to learn about the Dragonchain command line tool and a simple block explorer app we can use to see our transactions happening.
Before I jump hard into the actual implementation of our first Dragonchain smart contracts, it’ll be useful to have some idea of how they’re designed to work in the first place.
Let’s get right into this stuff. The power of Dragonchain comes from the fact that its smart contracts – the things that “do things” on a blockchain (aside from simply recording a transaction) – can be written in virtually any language.