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by Raheel Zubairy | Updated June 27, 2018 - Published June 2, 2017
BlockchainContainersNode.jsPlatform as a Service
Learn the basics of chaincode and application development within a Hyperledger Fabric network by creating an asset-transfer app that enables you to transfer marbles between multiple owners.
In this developer code pattern, you’ll learn how to migrate from Hyperledger Fabric v0.6 to v1.1. The Marbles application that you’ll build demonstrates a method of transferring marbles between many marble owners using Hyperledger Fabric. You’ll create the app using Node.js and the Go programming language; the back end for the app is written in Go running in a blockchain network. The chaincode will create a marble and store it in the chaincode’s managed state. The chaincode itself can store data as a string in a key/value pair setup. You’ll “stringify” JSON objects to store more complex structures.
Ready to put this code pattern to use? Complete details on how to get started running and using this application are in the README.
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