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The Web3 Labs Blog: Development

    Blockchain cross-chain interoperability: How global blockchain networks will be connected by bridges

    Interoperability is a subject that has been discussed long before the internet; the ability for...

    First release of Web3 Labs' contract deployment plugin

    Today is the first time Web3 Labs have released the Ethereum smart contract deployment library and...

    Announcing Web3j support for EIP-1559

    The most anticipated Ethereum London fork upgrade is here! It includes the improvement proposal...

    Web3j Community Update

    We’ve spent a good chunk of 2020 with our heads down continually investing in Web3j to improve the...

    Announcing Web3j Eth2 Beacon Node API Client

    Following the recent launch of the Ethereum 2.0 Beacon Chain, Web3 Labs are very excited to...

    Solidity Dependency Management Comes To Web3j

    At Web3 Labs, one of our core missions is making Ethereum development more accessible to the Java...

    Web3j - OpenAPI

    One of our goals at Web3 Labs is to make development on Ethereum as simple as possible. During the...

    Connecting your Java Application to the Ethereum Blockchain

    As a Java developer, it can be a pain to build a system that interacts with Ethereum smart...

    ABIv2 comes to Web3j

    We’ve just released a major milestone for Web3j - support for the Solidity ABIv2 specification! In...

    A Solidity Version Manager using Sokt

    The Problem In my last blog post, I discussed the issues presented by having to switch between...

    Making manual Solidity version management a thing of the past

    When you’re a blockchain developer, managing Solidity installations sucks. It shouldn’t have to be...