Golem Network releases a new JS API and brings decentralized computing power to the browser
The Golem JS API release makes it easier for JS developers to use the Golem Network for running tasks and creating decentralized applications
By creating a new JS API, Golem Network allows JS developers to access faster computing in a more simple way. Users will be able to experience running tasks in just three lines of code and better understand how it works thanks to the JS native coding style. Besides, now they can have control over the process of choosing providers and signing agreements for using computational resources on the Golem Network.
Łukasz Piłatowski, Technical Product Owner at Golem Factory, said: “Our aim is to provide a way of accessing the Golem Network tailored for JS developers, adjusted to their workflow. With the new JS API, JS developers can use the Golem Network for running tasks directly from the browser and utilize Golem as a computational backend. Now, they can easily integrate Golem into their existing projects and take advantage of its decentralized computing power.”
“We love this change because it allows our community and users to run tasks directly from the browser,” added Adrian Pietraszkiewicz, Marketing Director at Golem Factory. “Three lines of code and you can experience the superpower of our open-source platform. After Dapp-runner and Dapp-manager, JS API is the next step in lowering the barrier to entry for developers who want to implement a decentralized philosophy in their everyday tools.”
A step-by-step guide about how to install the new Golem JS API can be found here