Today Digiline releases the Secret IDE for the web! Secret IDE for web allows you to quickly write and deploy secret smart contracts directly from your web browser 🎉 Why use the Secret IDE? Effortlessly share preferred developer environment settings with other developers. Improve your team’s onboarding process. Find the most common and helpful secret smart contracts built by the community. One-click deploy to testnet and mainnet (localsecret coming soon).
How do you solve the 🐓🥚problem? Buidl. Buidl. Buidl. Today, Digiline releases the Secret Contract Verifier, a tool that the cosmos direly needs for blockchain security. For the first time in history, private blockchains like Secret Network allow people to verify the backend systems processing their data if the company or organization chooses to open source those systems while keeping user data secure and private. Until today, the process for contract verification on Secret Network was cumbersome and only practical by highly skilled developers.
Dear Community, Today we are happy to announce the release of our first product, the Digiline IDE for Secret Network. Onboarding into Web3 development is a challenge. There are several concepts even the most experienced developers must understand before reaching maximum proficiency. In the Cosmos ecosystem, a professional developer’s toolkit would include: The Rust programming language The gRPC internet protocol A blockchain specific local -> staging -> production environment workflow A blockchain specific debugging experience These are just the tip of the iceberg.
Digiline is pleased to announce our grant proposal to SCRT Labs to build new developer tools for Secret has been approved. This week we commenced Phase 1 of the project. In this phase we will deliver a local web based IDE similar to the popular Ethereum IDE, Remix. If you are a new developer to Secret Network then this tool will be one of the best places to get started. Please keep an eye on this blog or in the Secret Network Developer Committee for up-to-date announcements as we get closer to completion.