In this first of a multi-part episode, learn how to use the VS Code extension – Azure Blockchain Development Kit for Ethereum, to scaffold out a basic Solidity project, compile it and deploy that contract to a private Azure Blockchain Service, and to a public testnet using Infura.
Integration with smart contracts is a common topic with developers. Whether with apps, data, messaging or services there is a desire to connect the functions and events of smart contracts in an end to end scenario. In this episode, we look at the different types of scenarios and look at the most common use case – how to quickly expose your smart contract functions as microservices with the Ethereum Blockchain Connector for Logic Apps or Flow.
Additional documentation is available at: http://aka.ms/ethlogicapp
In this episode of Block Talk, learn how to use the Ethereum Logic App connector to push contract data into an Azure Search index. This makes contract data available to a wide range of Enterprise applications via simple search queries.
Additional details and sample code are available on GitHub
In this episode we use the Ethereum Logic App connector to generate contracts based on transactions occurring in a SQL database. Once we’ve created the contract, we update the SQL database with contract details like contract address on the ledger.
Additional details and sample code are available here.
In this video, get an overview of the Ethereum Name Service and the core features that are included. This service can be helpful when building decentralized applications.
Here’s an overview of how to use Azure’s serverless Ethereum Connector to transform smart contracts into an automated, visual workflow using the rich Azure Logic Apps Connectors ecosystem. The video introduces the core concepts of Logic Apps and demonstrate a sample workflow triggered by a Solidity event, including how to read smart contract properties and write them to Azure Blob storage.
Additional documentation is available at http://aka.ms/ethlogicapp
Dan Finlay from MetaMask gives a basic technical overview of how Ethereum and blockchains work at the opening talks of the IPFS Ethererum Hackathon, Seattle 2017.
Siraj Raval explains Ethereum and why it’s a big deal.