Table of Contents
JS code examples are organized in articles dedicated to specific topics:
|Illustrate how to execute tasks in parallel on the Golem Network, how to initialize providers, and how to run a single task.
|Shows how to build tasks from commands, especially how commands can be chained.
|Shows how to use specific commands dedicated to sending data in the network.
|Working with results
|Presents the structure of the results depending on the way tasks are defined and explains how to handle failures.
|Shows how to select providers based on filters, whitelists or blacklists.
|Shows how you can define your custom image.
|Accessing the Internet
|Instructions on how to prepare a manifest and specify a demand, so you can reach the internet from the provider node.
|Shows how to create and use a unique app-key to manage access to Yagna.
|Switching to mainnet
|Instructions that will help you run your app on mainnet.
Instructions on how to use Golem tools are available here:
|Yagna installation for requestors
|Simple instructions on how to install Yagna service and become part of the Golem Network.
|Managing Golem wallet
|Instructions on how to check your wallet address, monitor status, enable payments on the main network, and obtain test tokens.
|Golem wallet backup
|Procedure for how to backup and secure your Golem wallet.
|Restoring Golem wallet
|Procedure for how to restore your wallet after new Yagna installation.
|Converting Docker image to Golem format
|Instructions on how to convert Docker image into Golem format.
|Gvmkit-build installation (image conversion tool)
|How to install the tool that can convert Docker image into Golem format (+ instructions on how to run it without installation).
|Publishing custom images
|Information on how to make your image available for providers: both "hash" and "tag" naming conventions covered.
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