Fluree Launches JavaScript Library

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According to a new press release, “Fluree, a North Carolina-headquartered startup that provides a data-first technology stack, has announced the release of the Fluree JavaScript Library, a feature included in Fluree V0.13.0 that enables developers to launch a version of Fluree as an in-memory, code-resident data source for front-end applications, enabling sub-millisecond data delivery. ‘Developers are at the choke point between legacy infrastructures and the blockchain-driven apps of the future,’ said Brian Platz, co-founder and co-CEO of Fluree. ‘Layers of data retrieval result in unreliable data, buggy apps, security vulnerabilities and excessive overhead. By removing the need for these extra layers, Fluree JavaScript Library enables lightning-fast query responses and opens up a path to real-time applications with no additional overhead’.”

The release continues, “Between its immutable ledger for data changes, SmartFunctions for programmatic control over data upgrades and reads and the new JavaScript Library, Fluree continues to revolutionize a data-management industry that has been static for 40 years. The old development stack, where one app sits on one database, will not scale into the data-centric future, where companies will build lightweight applications atop semantic, blockchain-secured data sources for optimal decision making. The Fluree JavaScript Library continues to propel app development into the future by removing the need for queries to run through an API or discovery layer. This facilitates a list of benefits necessary to build the graph- and blockchain-driven app of tomorrow: (1) Build apps that are less buggy with reliable data. (2) Leverage real-time data subscriptions with no-fetch code. (3) Automatically secure front-end apps (data-centric security).”

Read more at Business Wire.

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