Dumbonet is a web-application, which helps logistics companies to easily connect with their suppliers or partners, developed by three junior enthusiasts. Since our last article on Medium, about the blockchain network, a lot of things have changed — versions have been upgraded, use cases are evolving, new needs have emerged in industries…. But, the idea behind the story is the same.
One of the main values in Comtrade is to share: “Knowledge increases by sharing, not by hoarding it”. This is something that sets us apart from others, and that’s why we want to share with the IT community what we’ve learned through the process of developing Dumbonet application.
Along with my partners in crime, Marina Kostic and Nemanja Beric, I’ll lead you step-by-step through the process.
With mentorship, support, and guidance, from Saša Prole and Milan Bundalo, we were able to develop a blockchain-based web application from scratch, and this is our way to show them how grateful we are.
Like in any recipe, let’s start with the ingredients. 🍜🍕
What will you be reminded of and what will you learn?
And now, what are we going to bake? Oops, sorry – make?
Through this short journey, we’ll make a blockchain-based web application. The client will be able to do CRUD (create-read-update-delete) operations on two assets. In our case, assets are Inquiry and Quotation, but assets can be anything you want — cash, cars, colors, cats, etc.
Blockchain network will have two users from two different organizations, which have a specific smart contract between them. The user from the first organization is going to create an Inquiry. It’s the request where he defines package delivery details and expects offers, and the user from the second organization will be able to create this offer as a Quotation.
This was the brief intro to our tutorial about Dumbonet project. If you’re interested in following our story, here are links for different topics:
Thanks for reading and stay tuned! We hope you’ll enjoy it! 😊