The Mystery Boxes - Xircus SDK

Introduction

We consider ourselves pioneers. We transitioned our entire platform from an NFT marketplace deployer to a WEB3.0 app deployer and protocol (as you can read in our latest article, Xircus, from NFT Marketplace Deployer to Web3 Protocol). Our Mystery Boxes contain a special gift for the most important users of our protocol — the developers — and the special gift is our Software Development Kit (SDK).

Oh, and near the end of this article we have the Founders explaining the Xircus SDK video presentation + some interesting links where you can start playing with our SDK ;-)

What Is an SDK?

Why We Created Our Game-Changing SDK

Notably, the SDKs available in the crypto world today require too many configurations before you can use them. Also, many of them have limitations and limited blockchain support, which translates to less control and limited integration possibilities. This implies that adding new features, functionalities, and support to other blockchains on most pre-existing SDKs is for the most part impossible.

With the Xircus SDK, achieving all that and more is very much possible as we no longer rely on third-party SDKs built by other companies. By having our own SDK, we now control what we can add and integrate faster. With the SDK, we have simplified how to interact with blockchain networks, smart contracts, and wallet providers. Our robust protocol has also published JavaScript libraries for React frameworks, built Node modules, and prepared database schemas for setting up GraphQL servers custom-tailored to WEB3.0 applications. With all this in place, we are confident that we will grow faster as we have everything running on our very own protocol.

Our SDK makes it easy to build WEB3.0 apps within the shortest time-to-market, both frontend and backend, especially the Application Programming Interface (API) that provides fast data for web and mobile apps. We have also created pre-built code repositories that developers can deploy just at the tap of a button without writing a single line of code. Currently, we have 3 SDKs: An SDK for node applications, an SDK for React frameworks with hooks and components, and another SDK for GraphQL API setup and installable command line program to publish smart contracts to servers and generate boilerplates. In the grand scheme of things, all this is a testament that our platform is scalable, future-proof, and resilient.

Specific Use Case for Developers

Interact with different blockchain networks, prepare contract calls, compile and publish smart contracts directly from their repositories.

Presently, the Xircus platform supports all EVM blockchains, as the capability to instantly switch between multiple blockchains in one call is also possible through the SDK. For example, if developers deploy their smart contracts to our server, they can use it for their WEB3.0 dApp by just calling the contract ID found in the studio. They can also deploy these published smart contracts to any blockchain network of their choice. Additionally, they can view the functions and events that are available from the contract they published.

Another user case perk of our SDK is that developers can batch requests from multiple blockchain networks through the Application Programming Interface (API). If they want to get the account balance of a wallet address from Ethereum, Fantom, Binance Smart Chain, and Polygon, They can effortlessly do so in just one API call. The icing on the cake is definitely the complementary result of the synergy of JS Core, React, and GraphQL SDKs. Therefore, our protocol is the go-to place for developers.

For More Information

Our SDK is already useful for developers to get familiar with our protocol, experience the functionality and develop ideas for their own dApps. Feel free to share these links with your developer friends or people who get excited about programming and building their own dApp 🤗

CLI: https://www.npmjs.com/package/xircus

CORE: https://www.npmjs.com/package/@xircus-web3/sdk

GraphQL: https://www.npmjs.com/package/@xircus-web3/graph

React: https://www.npmjs.com/package/@xircus-web3/react

This article is the first of 12 write-ups written to enlighten you about the Xircus WEB3.0 Protocol, which is currently in its 12-week launch plan. Check out the next product launch stage “Toss coins” as well!

However, this is just the beginning!

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