In this article of the IPLD series, we will enhance the current code to handle document entries instead of key-value entries.
In this first post of the hands-on series, we will understand the basic concepts of IPLD followed by coding in Golang to persist key-value entries.
This is a quick tutorial that will teach you how to: * Setting up IPFS on your local device * Using IPFS HTTP API in browser * Uploading data to local IPFS peer * Using IPFS hashes to retrieve data and displaying it on browser You can check out the complete code for the
The go-ipfs config file is a JSON document located at $IPFS_PATH/config which is by default ~/.ipfs/config . It is read once at node instantiation, either for an offline command, or when starting the daemon. Commands that execute on a running daemon do not read the config file at
This is a quick tutorial that will teach you how to: * Host a simple static website on IPFS. * Use IPNS to keep a single id(address) when you change the content of the site * Use DNSLink to substitute the IPNS id with human-readable address Install, Initialize, and Connect IPFS to
Interactive Tutorials You can checkout Interactive Concept Tutorials in which you can learn about the concepts behind IPFS and decentralized web in general, by writing code and solving challenges. Onward to Tutorials Basic Examples These are a few examples that cover various ways to use IPFS. * Configuring Your Node * Dealing