DSNP Example Client for Developers
The DSNP is composed of three major elements. The first is identity, which creates a representation of users. The second is a social graph, which models relationships between user identities. The final element is messaging, which facilitates communication between users based on their social graph connections.
Using the DSNP SDK, the Example Client demonstrates how to quickly integrate with the DSNP and manage all three elements. Given the development cycle, testing, and release sequence, the Example Client feature set might be behind the protocol spec and the SDK. Please read the release notes of the Example Client carefully to understand the dependencies.
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