Install-Package Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing -Version 4.1.1
dotnet add package Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing --version 4.1.1
<PackageReference Include="Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing" Version="4.1.1" />
paket add Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing --version 4.1.1
#r "nuget: Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing, 4.1.1"
// Install Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing&version=4.1.1 // Install Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing&version=4.1.1
Nethereum.BlockchainProcessing Ethereum blockchain processing allowing to crawl Blocks, Transactions, TransactionReceipts and Logs (Event) for storage and / or using custom handlers like queuing , search, etc
NuGet packages (4)
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Nethereum.Web3 Ethereum Web3 Class Library to interact via RPC with an Ethereum client, for example geth. Including contract interaction, deployment, transaction, encoding / decoding and event filters
Nethereum.Web3Lite Ethereum Web3 Class Library (light browser version, with no reference to signing crypto libraries) to interact via RPC with an Ethereum client, for example geth. Including contract interaction, deployment, transaction, encoding / decoding and event filters
Add Ethereum block chain data to Azure or Elastic Search. Easily index events and transactions with minimal config. Data can be auto mapped to search documents or create your own search DTO's and mapping. Supports filtering to ensure you only index what you want.
Relying heavily on the Nethereum project, this library contains classes that interact with the Ethereum foundation and that extend the Wonka engine, particulary the base class WonkaBizRulesEngine in the Wonka.BizRulesEngine library. With the funtionality provided here, Wonka becomes a business rules engine for both the .NET platform and the Ethereum platform, one that is inherently metadata-driven and serves as a reference implementation for EIP-2746. Once the rules are written into a markup language and are parsed/deserialized by the .NET form of the engine, these rules can then be serialized onto the blockchain using Nethereum, and stored within a smart contract (i.e., the Ethereum version of the engine) built using the Solidity language. The Ethereum version of this engine can also be deployed as a contract by this library. After providing a number of rules and populating a record, a user can submit the populated record for validation by the rules engine, whether it exists in .NET or the blockchain.
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