In this article I would like to introduce two possible ways to run a fabric test network for chaincode development. If you want to develop a chaincode for a certain business case, you need a way to quickly test your chaincode without the complexity of a running fabric network.

The first approach uses the binary version of one orderer and one peer. It is also described in the official hyperledger fabric documentation. The second proposed solution is based on docker containers. Unfortunately, there is no official guide for that path, yet.

This article describes the differences and similarities of these…

Bole Roland

CEO sdg - samlinux development group and focused on Hyperledger Fabric and Cloud Computing Engineering.

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