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Hyperledger accepts ‘Composer’ blockchain project into incubation
A collaborative cross-industry effort to advance blockchain technology, Hyperledger Project announced that its Technical Steering Committee has accepted ‘Hyperledger Composer’ into incubation.
The Composer project is a collaboration tool in order to build and create ‘blockchain business networks’ that aims to accelerate the development of smart contracts and business networks built on blockchain technology.
“All work done on Composer to date has been done on top of Hyperledger Fabric. However, Composer has been designed so that it can be ported to run on other distributed ledger technologies, such as Hyperledger Iroha or Hyperledger Sawtooth,” the announcement read.
The Composer’s main components include business-centric modelling language that allows non-developers and developers to model their business network, declarative access control using access control lists that allows developers to describe what resources can be accessed by which participants.
The Composer will be initially looked upon by a maintainer community from IBM and Oxchains. The project was initially called as ‘Fabric Composer’ in order to encourage the other DLT framework efforts at Hyperledger.
“By working with the community, we would like to continue to develop Composer to be a powerful and complete development framework that allows users to easily and rapidly build blockchain business networks,” it added.
The community is currently considering future works that include first class support for events, complex and historical query support, links between multiple running business networks, automatic and formal verification of Composer business logic, among others.
Hyperledger also announced that it has accepted custom-built blockchain for independent digital identity project called ‘Hyperledger Indy’, developed by the Sovrin Foundation, into its incubation. The project aims to provide people, organizations, and things independent control over their digital identities while giving the enterprise new solutions to the complex challenges of digital identity in general.
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