Hero Node Aims to Help Developers Build Dapps Without the Need to be an Expert in Smart Contracts

Hero Node has launched a new generation of decentralized computing based on what is called “fog computing,” alongside the HER token which allows developers to build on top of this platform.

Hero Node is a cross-blockchain, cross-platform development solution for Dapp. It is based on the hero protocol and its goal is to integrate different public blockchains, somewhat like the Alibaba Cloud in the blockchain industry. By creating a cross-chain and cross-platform solution, Hero Node empowers developers to build Dapps without the need to be an expert in smart contracts.

Guoping Liu, the CEO and founder of Hero Node, explained this opportunity and a gaping hole in the market, by saying that the blockchain company who solves the tricky task of Dapp development will dominate this next decade.

Thus on Hero Node developers can build a Dapp based on Qtum, Ethereum IPFS or other Dapps connected to public chains and they can be run on terminals such as iOS, Android, and HTML5. This is long before they understand the structure of blockchain and mobile development languages—meaning, developers can use these terminals and this core feature of interoperability to build Dapps without the need to delve deep into the highly specialized architecture of blockchain development.

Hero Node’s development framework and underlying blockchain technology enables developers to pack applications into Hash Addresses and ensure the immutability of transactions.

The following are Hero Node’s core elements:

Public chain service: The Hero protocol integrates various public chains (ETH, QTUM, EOS) into a consistent API interface, enabling developers on Hero Node to develop their new business Dapps without any understanding of these underlying blockchains.

Storage service: Hero Node’s goal is to build a node ecosystem on IPFS. In this ecosystem, data is produced by development, and applications are broken down and stored in various places on the Internet. This model for decentralized storage is like a drop of water poured into the sea: as long as the Internet exists, that data cannot be lost. Once a user wants to extract their data, Hero Node selects the nearest node to process that data and then promptly return it to that user.

Decentralization: Most blockchain applications still use domain names, calling into question how ‘decentralized’ they really are. Hero Node will help developers build their applications on distributed networks and run these applications by applying torrents. When an application becomes a torrent, neither the data nor the public chain is revocable, which allows the application to exist on the network forever. It is completely different from this arguably centralized, existing software (mode) life cycle (even for existing Dapps).

Cross-platform application development tools: Blockchain applications will eventually become popular with ordinary users who have no exposure to the technology and ecosystem. Thus, the experience must be seamless and will require blockchain applications to be installed and used on user’s mobile phones, just like other existing common applications on iOS and Android. With its modular tools, Hero Node facilitates this seamless experience. By making the actual development process more streamlined across platforms, both developers and end users can experience decentralized applications without the clunky and siloed interface of existing platforms.

References: https://prn.to/2Mw7po9

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