In this part, we will dive into the data model of the content-addressable web. We will explore the details and specs of IPLD and play with it to get more familiar with it.
In this part, we will try to understand What IPFS is, Why do we need it and What we can do with it. We will cover all the underlying components of IPFS in brief(which will be explained in depth in further parts) and see how they work together.
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.
In this tutorial, we will go through how IPLD works and build an online publishing platform. * Understanding IPLD * Creating an IPLD node * Connecting IPLD objects * Reading Nested data using Links * Creating a Publication System You can check out the complete code for the tutorial here. If you want to follow
The Merkle-DAG spec has been deprecated in favor of IPLD. It offers a clearer description of how to link different kinds of hash-based structures (e.g. linking a file in IPFS to a commit in Git), has a more generalized and flexible format, and uses a JSON-compatible representation, among other