With IPFS, you can share files without the need for a centralized product such as Dropbox, Google Drive and Co. That means that you need no account, you have no size or bandwidth limits…
It makes sharing files convenient and very secure. Indeed users cannot modify a file after submitting it. This is due to the fact that IPFS references content using hashes of the content itself and not urls.
Docker is a powerful virtualization tool. While this is not the only virtualization solution available today, it remains one of the simplest to use. Let’s see if and how it plays a critical role in decentralized systems.
Figure 1. Polkadot Runtime Not using Docker Before going any further, it is probably worth mentioning that many people are using Docker to run nodes and validator nodes. The option is totally valid and (I may argue) even better.
I am happy to announce the release of confmgr. You may visit the repo, directly install its NPM package or follow me for a gentle introduction.
1. The problem There are several ways to manage various configurations in your NodeJS App. One of them is about using Environment Variables.
Invoking your index.js as follow:
MY_VAR1=42 node index.js makes MY_VAR1 available to your script with the following code:
In a previous article, I submitted a motion to the Kusama Council proposing the registration of a new registrar on Kusama: Registrar #1.
Unlike the name suggests, this is not the first registrar on Kusama. It brings a second registrar on the chain as we can see by querying the chain state of the identity module:
1. TLDR If you only want to jump to practical todos ignore the explanations, you may directly go to Certification process.
I introduced srtool in a previous article. While the first implementation filled a gap and allowed for the first time users to verify substrate runtime wasm blobs, there was still work to do to improve the user’s experience.
1. Current verification process Up to now, the verification process looked like:
a runtime dev works on some changes
he builds the new runtime locally, preferably using srtool in order to get the SHA256 of the new wasm blob right away