EOSIO

Available on:

  • EOS Mainnet
  • Worbli
  • WAX
  • CryptoKylin Testnet
  • Jungle 2.0 Testnet
  • Your own network

Ethereum (Alpha)

Available on:

  • Ethereum Mainnet
  • Ropsten

Release

Announcing the dfuse Self-Serve Auth API, Bringing Full Autonomy to BUIDLrs

Mar 29, 2019 10:50:23 AM / by dfuse

After a comprehensive beta period to test and improve the dfuse API for the EOS mainnet, and Jungle and Kylin testnets, we are happy to announce today the launch of our self-serve API key solution to help developers freely build and scale their applications on the blockchain.

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Debug like a pro (as in production) with console outputs

Mar 11, 2019 10:18:47 AM / by dfuse

If you've ever developed an EOSIO smart contract, you might have seen the print statement which prints some output directly to the standard output pipe of nodeos. Well, you can now access that data through dfuse, and view it on eosq at the action level. 

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eosq Removes Ambiguity When Debugging Your Smart Contract

Mar 7, 2019 11:43:34 AM / by dfuse

When debugging a smart contract, it is very important to understand the notifications and inline actions that it generates, but more importantly, the order in which they are generated. eosq, which is built atop dfuse, is adding a new viewing filter to help developers with their deep-level questions.

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dfuse Adds New Push Guarantee Based on Producer Handoff Count

Feb 18, 2019 2:49:06 PM / by dfuse

Every blockchain has a period of uncertainty relative to transaction execution. Being an eventually consistent database, a blockchain can always alter the head of its history before it becomes immutable. On EOSIO chains, a block and its contents can become irreversible, while on other chains, they can only be given very high levels of confidence.

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dfuse Adds New Indexes, Giving You More Granular Queries

Feb 5, 2019 12:34:20 PM / by dfuse

Following the great feedback we have received from developers using the dfuse API, we have recently added new indexes to improve the queryability of the chain. Today, we are happy to highlight some of them to help you develop faster and more powerful applications on the blockchain.

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dfuse Rolls Out Live Search on Blockchain

Feb 1, 2019 11:17:33 AM / by dfuse

In the past few weeks, we have seen steep adoption of the dfuse Search, even though it strictly returned irreversible results. Today we're happy to announce that you can now query transactions in “reversible” blocks as well (those more recent than the last irreversible block).

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Announcing dfuse’s Massively Scalable History API for EOSIO Chains

Jan 21, 2019 10:43:08 AM / by dfuse

The EOS history API is incredibly useful to anyone wanting to list things that happened on the blockchain, but the way the native version works is slow and unreliable. So, we decided to leverage the dfuse Search to provide developers with the first massively scalable history API for EOSIO chains.

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Kicking off 2019 with a Revolution - Searchability on the Blockchain

Jan 7, 2019 4:26:09 PM / by dfuse

Until now, there has been no way to search through the entire transaction history on a public blockchain with the power of a modern search engine. Block explorers have been limited to looking up individual transactions or accounts by ID. But now, thanks to dfuse, the contents of a blockchain are easy to search.

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dfuse API New Code Releases — Dec. 14th

Dec 14, 2018 1:54:10 PM / by Laurent Maisonnave

The dfuse API is constantly evolving, with new features being added to help developers build faster for the blockchain. Today, there are endpoints available for the EOS mainnet, CryptoKylin and Jungle 2.0 test networks. We invite you to read the API documentation that we're constantly enriching.

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Shiny New Features on eosq For A Deep View of the Blockchain

Dec 12, 2018 9:25:34 AM / by dfuse

We’d love to share new features we’ve been working on for eosq - the high-precision block explorer. Some are game changers for developing on EOS, yet some are subtle in the UI, or are shown only in certain transactions. We’d like to highlight them since they will make developing on EOS much easier.

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