In my previous post, Ethereum blockchain interaction with Nethereum I’ve hardcoded the contract code and ABI inside the dotnet client. It looked bad, and I didn’t like it!
Finally I had some time to play with smart contracts on Ethereum blockchain. This sample will focus on interacting with a smart contract using the Nethereum library.
After writing the jekyll docker image, I did not want to stop there and continued to create more images for future posts.
I wanted to write a short post on development applications dockerisation. There was a small issue though: I no more had ruby and associated bundles installed… it turned out that creating a docker image containing everything necessary to run jekyll was in fact quite easy.
This part will add continuous integration using AppVeyor. They’re free for projects hosted on github public repositories, so, let’s go!