This repository contains a list of different tutorials to play around with Fluence and learn how it works.
A simple general purpose SQL database. You can build a lot of different DApps on top of it. Give it a try!
Simple tic-tac-toe game showing how to make an interactive multi-user DApp use circular buffers to limit memory consumption.
Take a look at the code, and try to come up with your own game!
P.S. Maybe chess? :) There are some chess engines written in Rust. Look for most simple and single threaded implementations.
Inpsired by an example from the Rust Book.
Following the code, it should be easy to build your own random-based privacy-free decentralized game backend.
A simple dice roll game, where you can bet on the outcame, and earn or lose some points.
This package is an example of how Fluence could be used to calculate different aggregates over analytics data in a decentralized fashion. Data is pulled from Streamr, stored in-memory with Llamadb SQL database, and then queried via Fluence JS SDK.