Graphene client v0.3 released: an Erlang/Elixir websockets client library for Bitshares and Graphene 2.0

in bitshares •  2 years ago


This release includes code and tests for methods related to Graphene assets and witnesses database API modules, module refactoring and better docs.

Repo and package

Changelog

The following functions, tests and docs were added to the Graphene package:

  • get_witnesses
  • get_witness_by_account
  • lookup_witness_accounts
  • get_dynamic_global_properties
  • get_assets
  • list_assets
  • lookup_assets_symbols

Interface

The main module function is Graphene.call. Graphene.call(params) will automatically generate an unique id for a WS request, send a JSONRPC call to the graphene node, handle response and return a success tuple {:ok, result} or {:error, reason}
All functions can be found at hexdocs

About Elixir

Elixir is a functional programming language with superior concurrency primitives, distributed computation and fault tolerance capabilities based on Erlang/OTP.
Personally, I am really happy with my bet on Elixir to build cryptotokens related apps and strongly recommend every developer to try it.

Learning resources:

Roadmap

  • Next: feeds and markets
  • Implement subscriptions
  • Investigate PubSub implementations
  • More tests and docs
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Thanks for the updates @ontofractal ..

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