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moderated HELP API Agreements

Ivan Acosta Vargas <ivnacostavargas@...>
 

Good day.

I would like to use your api rest to create a system of intelligent contracts but my system plan to develop it in java, could you help me know if it is possible to consume your api from java, or how can I use your api to implement it in the system I plan to develop?

Greetings.
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Iván Acosta Vargas
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Jan Scheufen
 

Hi Ivan,

yes, it is absolutely possible to develop a Java-based application that interfaces with the Agreements Network. The best way, as you said, would be to use the REST API which allows you to register users, create templates for legal products, and make agreements.
The REST API is a Node.js application that you'd need to deploy and run and that interfaces with the blockchain and smart contracts. Now, that Node application requires you to sign transactions with a valid key (public/private key pair) that is registered for the Agreements Network. Before we go through more details around the key, would this be in line with your expectations?

Regards,

Jan

Jan Scheufen
 

Sorry, forgot to include some important links you should checkout out:

REST API and smart contract documentation: https://docs.agreements.network/#introduction-to-the-agreements-network

Codebase for the smart contracts and REST API: https://github.com/agreements-network/blackstone

Project "Blackstone" allows you to create and run the Agreements Network as a local blockchain for testing.

Jan

Ivan Acosta Vargas <ivnacostavargas@...>
 

El 2018-12-13 18:00, jan via lists.agreements.network escribió:
Sorry, forgot to include some important links you should checkout out:
REST API and smart contract documentation:
https://docs.agreements.network/#introduction-to-the-agreements-network
Codebase for the smart contracts and REST API:
https://github.com/agreements-network/blackstone
Project "Blackstone" allows you to create and run the Agreements
Network as a local blockchain for testing.
Jan
Thanks for the info.

Just to confirm for me to be able to use your service, I have to build the Blackstone project locally and he will be in charge of connecting to your service?
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Iván Acosta Vargas
Full Stack Developer Jr
Desarrollo de software, Develop Line
m: 4423978651
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Casey Kuhlman
 

Ivan. Yes it is preferable to do that.