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This is the IPFS Starlog, a series of communications about the IPFS Project. These posts are written by the IPFS team, and members of the broader community. The subject matter is broad: project news, protocol explanations, stories, usage examples, application spotlights, and more.

Starlog entries: 251

js-IPFS 0.54.0 brings UPnP NAT Hole Punching to your js-IPFS node
2021-02-03

🔦 Highlights NAT UPnP Hole Punching js-IPFS@0.54.0 enables NAT traversal with UPnP enabled routers for improved connectivity, but also requires a repo upgrade in the browser

Join us at ETHDenver 2021, year of the Spork Marmot!
2021-02-02

Return of the IPFS Help Desk, plus join us for a full day of hacking IPFS!

Welcome to IPFS Weekly 120
2021-01-27

Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! Join us at ETHDenver 2021 Our favorite community event is back and this time, it’s virtual.

How we put IPFS in Brave
2021-01-21

This integration marks a major milestone for IPFS, and lays the groundwork for further experiments into improving the experience of interacting with the network via web browsers.

Welcome to IPFS Weekly 119
2021-01-20

Here’s what’s happening in the InterPlanetary File System galaxy! IPFS now natively supported in Brave web browser Announcing the integration of IPFS in the Brave browser, completing the vision of a native distributed web experience in a modern web browser.

IPFS in Brave - Native Access to the Distributed Web
2021-01-19

Announcing the integration of IPFS in the Brave browser, completing the vision of a native distributed web experience in a modern web browser.

js-IPFS 0.53.0 arrives with experimental gRPC server and libp2p-0.30.x
2021-01-19

🔦 Highlights full-duplex streaming browser APIs and the latest libp2p js-IPFS@0.53.0 has launched into the stratosphere with an experimental gRPC-over-websockets server that means the http client has true full-duplex streaming for the ipfs.

IPFS and Igalia collaborate on dweb in browsers
2021-01-15

IPFS and Igalia started a collaboration to improve web platform support in Chromium, Firefox, and WebKit and help the distributed web community. This blog post provides an overview of the 2020 accomplishments, as well as future work.

Explore Merkle DAGs at ProtoSchool
2021-01-14

The ProtoSchool team is pleased to announce the launch of a shiny new multiple-choice tutorial on Merkle DAGs, the cornerstone of our freshly launched IPLD (InterPlanetary Data) course.