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by Raheel Zubairy | Updated June 17, 2019 - Published February 12, 2019
The IBM Blockchain Platform provides a dashboard console to deploy and manage components of a blockchain network. This includes setting up nodes for the network, such as peer, orderer, and Certificate Authority (CA), and creating organizations and identities to manage the network. The console deploys directly on an IBM Cloud Kubernetes service without manual setup.
This developer code pattern will illustrate deploying the Hyperledger Fabric sample Fabcar on IBM Blockchain Platform, developing a Node.js Express server to interact with the network and an Angular client to provide a web interface.
This code pattern demonstrates setting up a network on the IBM Blockchain Platform and deploying the Fabcar smart contract on the network. We set up our application to interact with the network, including identities to submit transactions on the smart contract. The application is set up with a Node.js server using the fabric-network and fabric-ca-client library to process requests to the network, and an Angular client to bring up a web interface.
When you have completed this code pattern, you will understand how to:
Ready to give it a try? Please see the README for detailed instructions.
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