First Attempt in XBOM (eXtensible Blockchain Object Model)

Introduction

Those having experience in developing chaincode in Fabric know well how a chaincode looks like. In a nutshell, we define the data structure (state) for some assets, and functions which one can query the state, or invoke if change of state is needed. Since v2.1, Fabric team also introduces Contract API (link) which simplifies the way chaincode is written. This still follows the same pattern.

Recently I see another attempt to change the way we develop smart contracts with classes and…

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