Apparently; WebAssembly became 'the fourth language for the web' a couple of years ago.. Find out what that means for the Decentralised Web (DApps & eWasm) in this article.
Embark 5.2 release
Adding Email Notifications to dapps using a decentralized infrastructure
Subspace 1.3 release - new track methods trackBlock, trackBlockNumber, trackGasPrice, trackAverageBlocktime
Security is not just a consideration for DApp Backend Developers, but for Frontend Developers too. In this article we'll cover a comprehensive security strategy for DApp Frontends.
Subspace 1.2 release - now with HttpProvider support & GraphQL Example
Embark 5.1 release
About half a year after our last stable release, we've now published Embark version 5 with lots of features, improvements and fixes. Read on for more information!
The Embark Project is proud to be working with Gitcoin and the Ethereum Community Fund to grow the Ethereum ecosystem. This January we are sponsoring a #Takebacktheweb Hackathon with bounties and quests for people of all technical levels to get involved.
Crystal and Nim go head-to-head to figure out the best modern, low-level programming language! In part 3; Crypto, P2P & DApps are explored.
Crystal and Nim go head-to-head to figure out the best modern, low-level programming language! In part 2, Threading & Tooling are reviewed.
Crystal and Nim go head-to-head to figure out the best modern, low-level programming language! In part 1, Performance & Interoperability are reviewed.
Embark 4.1 is out and in this article we'll be looking into some of new features.
Embark 4.0 is finally here! Check out what the greatest release yet has to offer!
In this guide, we'll learn how to upgrade a Dapp created with Embark 3.x to Embark 4
In this third and last part of the tutorial series about building a decentralized Reddit with Embark, we're building the front-end for our application using React and EmbarkJS.
This is the second part of the three part tutorial about building a decentralized Reddit with Embark. In this part, we'll be focussing on testing our Smart Contract using EmbarkJS.
Ever wanted to know what it needs to build a decentralized equivalent of a social platform like Reddit? In this three part tutorial series we're going to build one from scratch!
In this article we're going to learn how to run tests on a Continuous Integration server like Travis using Embark. Read on for more information!
In this article we're going to explore how to build applications with Embark that focus purely on Smart Contract development. Read on!
In this second part, we'll continue where we left off in part one, on building a token factory with Embark and focus on how to deploy new tokens.
This is the first part of a series in which we'll explore how to build a token factory on Ethereum using Embark!
In this article we're going to explore what the 3.1 release of Embark has to offer!
We're happy to announce that Embark 3.0 has been released! Read on for what's inside!
Today we're excited to announce the release of Embark 2.5.0! Read on for what's in it.