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Getting started developing on Bitshares...
« on: May 10, 2015, 08:32:29 AM »

I have some developers looking to familiarize themselves with the Bitshares blockchain.  We're trying to create a simple wallet and I'm trying to help them get started.  How different is it from working with the Bitcoin blockchain?

I see a Bitshares-JS Github repo.  Just wanted some guidance on how to:
1) create a public/private key pair and register a Titan account
2) use a recovery key generator for the private key like the web wallet does
3) send a transaction
4) use the testnet

There won't be anything dealing with voting or trading on the exchange.. just a simple wallet.  Can anyone help?  Thx! 
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Re: Getting started developing on Bitshares...
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2015, 09:05:17 AM »
I'm guessing this would be a question for jcalfey1, vikram, pc or one of the other badass Devs. Those guys are so busy though, they probably won't be able to walk you through it, but they can probably point you to the most appropriate repos for your project.

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Re: Getting started developing on Bitshares...
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2015, 09:08:35 AM »
I have some developers looking to familiarize themselves with the Bitshares blockchain.  We're trying to create a simple wallet and I'm trying to help them get started.  How different is it from working with the Bitcoin blockchain?

I see a Bitshares-JS Github repo.  Just wanted some guidance on how to:
1) create a public/private key pair and register a Titan account
2) use a recovery key generator for the private key like the web wallet does
3) send a transaction
4) use the testnet

There won't be anything dealing with voting or trading on the exchange.. just a simple wallet.  Can anyone help?  Thx!

http://bts.wiki is a great start. If you got indepth questions, I'd recommend you to either open a thread in technical and/or send stan an email/pm

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Re: Getting started developing on Bitshares...
« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2015, 11:31:53 AM »
You can also take a look at the python-bitsharestools .. there a address library and a transactions library .. both not finished but technically working .. you can find the package in my github repo (link below my avatar)

There's also delegate.xeroc.org/paperwallet.html which shows bitshares-js in action
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Re: Getting started developing on Bitshares...
« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2015, 12:37:15 AM »
Thanks kenCode, favdesu & xeroc.

I'll look over the wiki first.

I think the core team will be introducing more docs and updated code in a few weeks right?

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