Łukasz Piłatowski, Technical Product Owner at Golem Factory, said: “Our goal is to provide a way to access the Golem network that is tailored for JS developers and adapted to their workflow. With the new JS API, JS developers can use the Golem network to run tasks directly from the browser and use Golem as a computational backend. Now they can easily integrate Golem into their existing projects and benefit from its decentralized computing power.”
Faster data processing in an optimized way
Golem Network has simplified access to faster computing for JS developers by developing a new JS API. Users have the ability to complete tasks with just three lines of code and get a better understanding of how they work because of the native coding style used by JS. In addition, users now have the ability to control vendor selection and contracting procedures to utilize the computing resources provided by the Golem network.
Adrian Pietraszkiewicz, Marketing Director at Golem Factory said, “We love this change because it allows our community and users to perform tasks directly from the browser. Three lines of code and you can experience the super power of our open source platform. After dApp runner and dApp manager, JS API is the next step to lower the barrier to entry for developers who want to implement a decentralized philosophy in their everyday tools.”
New installation process lowers barriers for developers
The installation process has been streamlined and developers now have easier access to the Golem platform directly from their browsers. This lowers the barriers that previously prevented them from building decentralized applications (dApps) on the Golem network. A detailed guide to the installation process of the new Golem JS API can be found right here on this page.
Golem Network is a network founded in 2015 with the intention of democratizing access to censorship-resistant computing resources. This is made possible by a state-of-the-art protocol that allows users in a peer-to-peer (P2P) approach to rent and lease idle hardware owned by service providers.
Users can generate passive income by renting out their computing resources thanks to the accounting layer of the protocol powered by the Golem Network Token (GLM). This allows users to participate in a shared and alternative economy. The combination of all these features allows developers to build on the platform in the same way they would build on standard cloud infrastructure, but without the hassles associated with centralized platforms.