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Developing on Hyperledger Fabric

List Tuition: $1,895.00


Duration: 2 Days
Format: Instructor-led 
After Class Access: 1 year access to recorded training

This instructor-led Hyperledger training course is designed for developers and  who want to take a comprehensive deep dive on Hyperledger Fabric. 

This training course has been created to walk you through Chaincode Development, Testing, and Deployment for a Hyperledger Fabric Network catering specifically toward Golang written Chaincode (Fabric’s original Chaincode Language). Additionally as an Application Developer you will learn how to write, and prepare Client Applications using the most mature Standard Development Kit in Hyperledger Fabric, NodeJS. There are use cases, proof of concepts, as well as interactive lab work about the concepts.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Understand why Blockchain is needed and where                         
  • Explore the major components of Blockchain
  • Learn about Hyperledger Fabric and the structure of the Hyperledger Architecture
  • Lean the features of the Fabric model including chaincode, SDKs, Ledger, Security and Membership Services
  • Perform comprehensive labs on writing chaincode
  • Explore the architecture of Hyperledger Fabric
  • Understand and perform in depth labs on Bootstrapping the Network
  • Perform comprehensive labs to integrate/develop an application with Hyperledger Fabric running a smart contract
  • Build applications on Hyperledger Fabric


1. Blockchain Basics (Overview)
2. Hyperledger Fabric Development Environment
    Lab: Setting up the Developer Environment
3. Knowing the Difference: Composer
4. Chaincode Use Cases
5. Chaincode Basics
    Lab: Writing the Chaincode Structure
6. Golang Shim Development
7. Databases for the Developer
    Lab: Creating Rich Queries
8. Chaincode Dev. Deployment and Interactions
    Lab: Packaging & Deploying the Chaincode
9. Clients & SDK Development: Fabric-Network
10. Clients & SDK Development: Fabric-Client Interactions
    Lab: SDK Development Pt. 1 Writing User Persistence Info
    Lab: SDK Development Pt. 2 Transacting and Querying
11. Logging and Monitoring



This course is highly technical in nature and would require the student to be comfortable with coding. To prepare for the class all students MUST:

  •     Familiarity with Hyperledger Fabric Component Structure & purposes
  •     Knowledgeable on Golang Basics & Node JS basics
  •     Minimal Command Line Interface Familiarity

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