Joget and The HBAR Foundation Partner to Enable No-Code/Low-Code dApp Development on Hedera


The partnership aims to further drive adoption of the Hedera network by making it fast and easy to create distributed applications on the world’s greenest public DLT

Joget Inc, the open-source no-code/low-code application platform company for empowering open innovation, announced the release of the Hedera Ledger Pack for the Joget DX platform in conjunction with a partnership with the HBAR Foundation.

Hedera is one of the most widely used enterprise-grade public distributed ledgers, and the only public distributed ledger based on the Hashgraph algorithm. Hedera is a fully open-source, leaderless proof-of-stake, public network for building and deploying decentralized applications. Hedera allows tens of thousands of transactions per second which makes it very attractive to create the next era of fast, fair, and secure applications. Hedera is governed by the world’s leading organizations that make up the Hedera Global Governing Council with each Council member running a network node and committed to network innovation, stability, and continued decentralization.

The Hedera Ledger Pack integrates Hedera with Joget DX, enabling users to create apps without coding that interact with the Hedera DLT. With Hedera’s unique features and Joget’s open architecture, users can now quickly create business applications and dApps that deliver real-world value.

“Capitalizing on Joget’s global reach, The Hedera Ledger Pack will make Hedera development accessible to an even broader community of builders. Through this partnership, we are delighted to provide a faster, easier way to craft business applications on Hedera,” said Sabrina Tachdjian, Head of Fintech and Payments at the HBAR Foundation.

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The integration pack builds on Hedera’s Token Service. It facilitates creating accounts, transferring assets (HBAR, native token, NFT), minting/burning tokens, and managing token access. Soon, feature sets will significantly expand on the Topic Service, File Service, multi-sig implementations, reading live ledger data, and more.

“Our goal is to bring the power of no-code and low-code to the blockchain community to make things simpler for innovators and change-makers, empowering them to create applications and take their ideas from concept to implementation without the need for a developer,” says Raveesh Dewan, CEO of Joget. “We are very excited and thankful for the support from HBAR Foundation. This grant will help accelerate the process of building enterprise applications around the Hedera DLT, and more importantly, enable anyone to start building apps with Hedera.”

Joget plans to release a Hashgraph-branded no-code/low-code application studio in the near future, which will bring the development of business applications and dApps in the Hedera ecosystem to the next level.

SOURCE: PR Newswire