One of the most used testnets for EOS was the Jungle Testnet. Recently, it relaunched as Jungle 2.0. dfuse is glad to join on to this new testnet, offering an API service to all developers who want to deploy and test on Jungle 2.0.
The goal of eosq, the high-precision block explorer built by the EOS Canada team, is to help developers find the key information they require from the blockchain. One of the main feats we first set out to tackle was the data pipeline on which eosq would rely, which was the genesis of the dfuse API for EOS.
If you would like access to a streaming API that is connected to both the EOS mainnet and the CryptoKylin testnet, you can apply for your free API key in the form below.
(/v0/state/table)to query the blockchain state at any block number
/v1/chain/push_transaction, with stronger guarantees (block inclusion, irreversible attained) before returning
get_table_rows(with undo and redo), giving a constantly syncing view of a given table
get_transaction_lifecyclethat provides a complete view of a transaction's lifecycle, navigating its state changes through deferred creation, cancellation, and updating you as it changes.