Introduction

I have this book, called Beginning Ruby, written by Peter Cooper. It’s one of the first book I’ve bought about programming. I’ve read… 20 pages probably… For some reason, I barely started it. The book is getting old, in programming terms, but I feel like learning a little bit of Ruby, and I feel like it will get the job done to teach me the basics. I never used Ruby before, so I’m starting from scratch here.

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In this article, we will build a simple blockchain network with Hyperledger Fabric. Fabric allows us to build a private blockchain. There are no cryptocurrencies involved. After this, you will have a decent understanding of the different parts needed to start your own private blockchain. In this example, our network will be composed of 3 organisations. Each organisation will have two peers each.
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Introduction

React Native allows you to write code for the iOS and Android platforms using the Javascript and React syntaxes. With this logic, you will want to re-use as much code as possible for both platforms. However, at one point, you will have to write code for a specific platform. In this article, we will see how React native makes this possible.

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