IPFS Weekly 69
by Jenn Turner on 2019-11-26
Welcome to the IPFS Weekly. 👋
The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a new hypermedia distribution protocol, addressed by content and identity. IPFS enables the creation of completely distributed applications. It aims to make the web faster, safer, and more open. Since that’s a pretty large scope, we track development across the ecosystem in this weekly dispatch.
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Here are some of the highlights since the last IPFS Weekly.
js-ipfs-http-client v40 release, woo! 🎉
In the latest release of client library for the IPFS HTTP API, a bug preventing the JWT from being pushed through to every API call was fixed! Check out the full release notes for more details.
IPFS featured in this Fall 2019 Advanced CS course at Old Dominion University
IPFS in the wild
- IPFS & Blockchain: Two Peas in a Pod, Viraz Malhotra, 26 Nov 2019
- 50 Wallets Signed-Up, Growing dWeb, TruffleSuite, & More: ENS Ecosystem Update, Brantly Millegan, 22 Nov 2019
- Can You Really Break the Internet? James Frew, 22 Nov 2019
- Built on Origin: A Decentralized Shopify Alternative, Nick Poulden, 20, Nov 2019
- A Review on Blockchain Technology and Blockchain Projects Fostering Open Science, Frontiers, 19 Nov 2019
- Introducing the Mattereum Asset Passport, James Hester, 19 Nov 2019
- ‘Pepo’ is the first Apple Pay approved DApp, Faisal Khan, 19 Nov 2019
- Textile’s primer on libp2p (or why we ❤️ libp2p), Textile, 19 Nov 2019
- Blockchain-based storage service takes on Amazon AWS, unveils pricing, Lucas Mearian, 19 Nov 2019
- New Tools for Running IPFS Nodes, Infura, 18 Nov 2019
- Why Vitalik and Everyone Else Has “.ETH” in their Twitter Profiles (and You Should, Too!), Brantly Millegan, 18 Nov 2019
- Your Next App May Not Have a Back End, Alessandro Segala, 15 Nov 2019
- The Ultimate Guide to ENS Names, Eric Conner, 12 Nov 2019
Open Positions working on IPFS
- Tech Lead, Distributed Systems Test Infrastructure, Protocol Labs, Remote
- Distributed Systems Engineer, IPFS Cluster (Go), Protocol Labs, Remote
- Senior Backend Engineer, MXC Foundation gGmbH, Berlin, Germany
- Distributed Systems Technical Lead, IPFS, Protocol Labs, Remote
Tools and projects we <3
Awesome IPFS is a community maintained and updated list of projects, tools, or pretty much any things related to IPFS that are totally awesome. To see more, or add yours to the list, visit Awesome IPFS on GitHub.
- Zil.Link: A service bridging IPFS and traditional DNS.
- RecipeRadar: Peer-to-peer sharing of a session via CRDTs over IPFS.
- 3Box Architecture: An introduction to the 3Box technology stack
Coming up in the Community
Did you know IPFS has a community forum at discuss.ipfs.io? Sign up to participate in discussions about coding, tutorials, see announcements and learn about upcoming community events.
- 3-4 December, 2019: Actyx Hackathon, hosted by SmartFactoryOWL, is coming next month. As part of the hackathon, the application of the Actyx platform, (which uses IPFS and libp2p) will be tested and applied to the “living object.” Lemgo, Germany.
- 6 December 2019: React Day Berlin: Build code, not walls. Take part in the exploration of the React universe! Focusing on in-depth talks, hands-on workshops, and finding new opportunities, React Day Berlin conference provides space for everyone to make friends and develop stellar apps together. Berlin, Germany.
Fission is running a series of Decentralized Web Meetups. At each, Brooke @expede will be doing an IPFS 101 overview, and then explain how we’re using it to build the Fission platform. We’ve got other speakers on other decentralized web topics.
- 29 November 2019 Amsterdam, Netherlands Decentralized Web Meetup, including @berkes presenting peer-to-peer cartography with Peermaps
Thanks for reading ☺️
That’s it for this week’s news on all things IPFS. If we missed something, send us an email and let us know! That way we can feature you in next week’s edition.