Hyperledger Fabric To Create Developer Experience Courtesy Ethereum (ETH)
There is a new development on the cryptocurrency space as Ethereum Hyperledger Fabric announced the decision to support Ethereum Virtual Machine [EVM] bytecode smart contracts.
The Hyperledger Project is an open source partnership effort centered on improving cross-industry blockchain technologies. The project is hosted by Linux foundation and it is worldly recognized and co-managed by reputable personnel in finance, manufacturing and supply chain among other technology inclined industry worldwide.
In this regard both Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) and Hyperledger are now associate members of each other’s organization.
According to available information, the contracts can be written in diverse languages like Solidity or Vyper, thereby giving room for developers to maneuver in any way they can.
With the fact that Fabric introduced a new smart contract runtime, it also has a related web3 provider than can deployed for the development of decentralized applications DApps courtesy of web3.js.
In the same line, the latest feature is an outcome of the 1.3 release that is majorly aimed at ensuring that developers easily achieve the migration or creation of Decentralized applications for a permissioned platform.
Meanwhile, Solidity programming language is basically meant for writing smart contracts while Vyper, an experimental language does the work of compiling down to the EVM bytecode. In this sense, the integration of EVM will give developers the experience of Ethereum.
The integration was divided into two major part, namely the EVM user chaincode and web3 provider Fab3.
However, the Hyperledger Fabric has four basic distinct modules:
1. The main ledger.
2. Identity management.
3. The consensus mechanism
4. Smart contracts regarded as chaincode.
Note that the Ethereum smart contracts are a great substitute for the chaincode on Hyperledger Fabric. While the EVM user chaincode wraps around the world celebrated Hyperledger Burrow EVM, which is widely regarded as a modular blockchain client that has a smart contract interpreter.
This interpreter is designed to be at par with the EVM. In the same vein, Fab3 was burrowed from the Ethereum platform and it is similar to the Ethereum JSON RPC API.
This API showed a reasonable method that clients could relate with the Ethereum Network. Also, the major differences between Fabric and Ethereum is that Fab3 could not completely make use of the API however, it support adequate guidelines that allow Decentralized Applications to be coded with the use of the web3.js library.
According to different reports, the future aims of Hyperledger Fabric is achieve smart contract events while also increasing the Fab3 support to make it give clients like Truffle and Remix the advantage to use Fabric without any hurdle. In addition, they have the intention of buying more from the Ethereum ecosystem.