Gimly’s Decentralized Identity Framework Is Built for Portability and Security
Gimly built a decentralized identify framework on EOSIO that offers users portability, security, and ease.
LimeChain helps drive adoption by developing blockchain-based solutions for customers such as Procter & Gamble and Raiffeisen Bank.
For the LimeChain team, building solutions might mean customizing an existing module of EOSIO or deploying an entire system. “We build private networks for customers using the EOSIO base software,” says Chris.
Private EOSIO blockchains such as those designed and deployed by LimeChain feature greater flexibility with permissions, which is often a requirement in many use cases. This makes it feasible to integrate a blockchain-based infrastructure for businesses, follow the guidelines of regulatory and compliance agencies, or adhere to certain security practices.
“Our idea is to continuously add new features. Every day, every week, we are adding something new, and the plan is to keep on supporting the project based on what the community desires. With the support of Block.one, we can continue developing new features and supporting the product.”
To avoid breaking tests, it is necessary for each test case and test suite to run against a clean smart contract. According to Chris, testing can get complicated due to the way EOSIO smart contracts work. “Basically you are updating the contract, not uploading a new one.”
To work around this issue, EOSLIME lets you deploy a new smart contract with a randomly generated name for each test run. “As a developer, you don’t need to worry about this because you are using the EOSLIME library. It’s something that separates our testing scenarios from different tools.”
Today, in addition to unit testing features, EOSLIME lets developers deploy and instantiate smart contracts, giving them full power over contract actions. It also has utilities to generate a random name for an account based on a private key or a public/private key pair.
EOSLIME also supports the following Command Line Interface Application commands:
Another EOSLIME feature developers can expect in the future is the shape command, which creates a template project for developers. Behind the scenes, shape generates a website and an EOSIO smart contract alongside the EOSLIME test suite. Chris says the shape feature gives new developers a chance to learn how EOSIO smart contracts function by querying tables. “By just modifying a few lines of code, developers have a view of the full flow – from the user interaction with the website to the actual smart contract transaction.”
LimeChain’s team of experts currently works on multiple projects on EOSIO where EOSLIME is used. The team embraces a collaborative approach towards problem solving. “Regardless of where we’re all located, it’s really easy to brainstorm with a colleague on the team and together find the solution. As a result, projects are well-supported. At the same time, we constantly update and improve EOSLIME to support our customers’ projects.”
LimeChain Co-Founder and CTO Chris spent more than eight years working in software development. He also has experience with enterprise systems, scaling startups and leading development teams. He is actively working on the architecture side of many of LimeChain’s projects. For the last year and a half, he has been engaged with the EOSIO space and supporting the development of EOSLIME.
EOSLIME’s main Blockchain Developer and Contributor Lyubomir has been building in the blockchain space since 2018. He is experienced with EOSIO, Substrate, and Ethereum development. He has supported EOSLIME since its launch and is releasing new features often.
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