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Composer Playground lets you model and test business networks that are built on Hyperledger Fabric
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What is Fabric Composer?

You can use Fabric Composer to easily define your business network, creating and tracking assets and performing transactions. Business networks represent an economic network made up of participants, assets, and the transactions that are performed between them. Assets are tangible or intangible goods, services, or property, and are stored in registries. Transactions are operations which may transform, create, and transfer assets or participants. Participants can interact with multiple business networks and maintain assets as they move between them using set identities.

Applications can consume the data from business networks, providing end users with simple and controlled access points to the business network. Business networks can also be integrated with existing systems to create assets, transactions, and participants based on existing data.

Fabric Composer requires and exploits the existing Hyperledger Fabric blockchain technology, using the blockchain consensus protocol to ensure that transactions are validated by business network participants.

You can find more information regarding Fabric Composer on the web site: http://fabric-composer.org

How to use this image

Fabric Composer offers tutorials and getting started guides designed to help you take your first steps with Composer. We recommend that new users follow the tutorials before proceeding to install this image: http://fabric-composer.org/tutorials/tutorialindex.html

You can run a local version of the Fabric Composer Playground using this image by running the following command:

docker run --name composer-playground --publish 8080:8080 --detach fabriccomposer/composer-playground

Once the container has started, you can access the Fabric Composer Playground in a web browser by using this link: http://localhost:8080/

If you finish using the Fabric Composer Playground, and wish to delete the container, then run the following command:

docker rm --force composer-playground

License

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Feedback and support

If you have any questions about using this image, Fabric Composer Playground, or Fabric Composer in general, then please raise a question on Stack Overflow using the fabric-composer tag: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/fabric-composer

If you find an issue with this image, please raise a GitHub issue, ensuring that you include all relevant information in order for the team to reproduce the problem, on the main GitHub repository: https://github.com/fabric-composer/fabric-composer

You can speak to the Fabric Composer team on the Hyperledger RocketChat in the #fabric-composer channel: http://chat.hyperledger.org

You can also tweet the Fabric Composer team by using the #FabricComposer hashtag: https://twitter.com/hashtag/FabricComposer?src=hash

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