An integrated development environment and SDK for Ethereum-like ledgers
What is it?
Cakeshop is a set of tools and APIs for working with Ethereum-like ledgers, packaged as a Java web application archive (WAR) that gets you up and running in under 60 seconds.
Cakeshop will download the latest version of quorum and bootnode from geth (to use a different version, see here). The cakeshop package includes the tessera and constellation transaction managers, a Solidity compiler, and all dependencies.
It provides tools for managing a local blockchain node, setting up clusters, exploring the state of the chain, and working with contracts.
Binary packages are available for macOS and Linux platforms on the releases page.
- Java 8+
- NodeJS (if the nodejs binary on your machine isn't called 'node', see here)
Running via Spring Boot
- Download WAR file
java -jar cakeshop.war
- Navigate to http://localhost:8080/
Running via Docker -- NEEDS UPDATE
Run via docker and access UI on http://localhost:8080/
docker run -p 8080:8080 quorumengineering/cakeshop
You'll probably want to mount a data volume:
mkdir data docker run -p 8080:8080 -v "$PWD/data":/opt/cakeshop/data quorumengineering/cakeshop
Running under a specific environment
docker run -p 8080:8080 -v "$PWD/data":/opt/cakeshop/data \ -e JAVA_OPTS="-Dspring.profiles.active=local" \ quorumengineering/cakeshop
Note that DAG generation will take time and Cakeshop will not be available until it's complete. If you already have a DAG for epoch 0 in your
$HOME/.ethash folder, then you can expose that to your container (or just cache it for later):
docker run -p 8080:8080 -v "$PWD/data":/opt/cakeshop/data \ -v $HOME/.ethash:/opt/cakeshop/.ethash \ quorumengineering/cakeshop
JIF Dashboard - The Cakeshop UI was built using the JIF Dashboard framework.
Thank you for your interest in contributing to Cakeshop!
Cakeshop is built on open source and we invite you to contribute enhancements. Upon review you will be required to complete a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) before we are able to merge. If you have any questions about the contribution process, please feel free to send an email to email@example.com.
Reporting Security Bugs
Security is part of our commitment to our users. At Quorum we have a close relationship with the security community, we understand the realm, and encourage security researchers to become part of our mission of building secure reliable software. This section explains how to submit security bugs, and what to expect in return.
All security bugs in Quorum and its ecosystem (Tessera, Constellation, Cakeshop, ..etc) should be reported by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the prefix [security] in your subject. This email is delivered to Quorum security team. Your email will be acknowledged, and you'll receive a more detailed response to your email as soon as possible indicating the next steps in handling your report. After the initial reply to your report, the security team will endeavor to keep you informed of the progress being made towards a fix and full announcement.
If you have not received a reply to your email or you have not heard from the security team please contact any team member through quorum slack security channel. Please note that Quorum slack channels are public discussion forum. When escalating to this medium, please do not disclose the details of the issue. Simply state that you're trying to reach a member of the security team.
Responsible Disclosure Process
Quorum project uses the following responsible disclosure process:
- Once the security report is received it is assigned a primary handler. This person coordinates the fix and release process.
- The issue is confirmed and a list of affected software is determined.
- Code is audited to find any potential similar problems.
- If it is determined, in consultation with the submitter, that a CVE-ID is required, the primary handler will trigger the process.
- Fixes are applied to the public repository and a new release is issued.
- On the date that the fixes are applied, announcements are sent to Quorum-announce.
- At this point you would be able to disclose publicly your finding.
Note: This process can take some time. Every effort will be made to handle the security bug in as timely a manner as possible, however it's important that we follow the process described above to ensure that disclosures are handled consistently.
Receiving Security Updates
The best way to receive security announcements is to subscribe to the Quorum-announce mailing list/channel. Any messages pertaining to a security issue will be prefixed with [security].
Comments on This Policy If you have any suggestions to improve this policy, please send an email to email@example.com for discussion.
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