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The Data Economy TypeScript Toolkit

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A TypeScript library enabling you to explore the Data Economy. It is built on top of ocean.js and offers feature complete, automated interactions with any Ocean Protocol ecosystem.

Overview

nautilus addresses many common pain points faced by developers interacting with the data economy by offering a range of features enhancing productivity and efficiency. You will find a quick introduction on this page to get you setup with the Data Economy TypeScript Toolkit.

Looking for dedicated feature documentations? Follow the links below:

Quick Start

1. Setup your Signer

Firstly, create the signer you want to use with your nautilus instance. nautilus uses the ethers.js Signer. You can read more about possible configurations in the official documentation.

import { Wallet, providers } from 'ethers'
import { Nautilus } from '@deltadao/nautilus'

const provider = new providers.JsonRpcProvider('https://rpc.dev.pontus-x.eu') 
const signer = new Wallet('0x...', provider) 

In this example we create an ethers Wallet from a given private key and connect to a RPC provider of our choice.

2. Setup the nautilus instance

Now that you have a Signer set up, you can use it to bootstrap your nautilus client instance.

import { Wallet, providers } from 'ethers'
import { Nautilus } from '@deltadao/nautilus'

const provider = new providers.JsonRpcProvider('https://rpc.dev.pontus-x.eu')
const signer = new Wallet('0x...', provider)

const nautilus = await Nautilus.create(signer) 

Note, that we use the previously created Wallet and pass it to Nautilus to create the instance with this signer.

3. Interact with the data economy

With the client instance bootstrapped you can now trigger any transactions or access calls supported by OceanProtocol.

import { Wallet, providers } from 'ethers'
import { Nautilus } from '@deltadao/nautilus'

const provider = new providers.JsonRpcProvider('https://rpc.dev.pontus-x.eu')
const signer = new Wallet('0x...', provider)

const nautilus = await Nautilus.create(signer)

const accessUrl = await nautilus.access({ assetDid: 'did:op:12345'}) 
const data = await fetch(accessUrl) 

In this example we construct a one-time accessUrl and can then use it to fetch the data associated with the respective data service.

Next Steps

Find dedicated feature documentation by following one of the links below:

If you want to jump straight into code, feel free to take a look at some of our code examples in the nautilus-examples repository.

License

Copyright ((C)) 2023 deltaDAO AG

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

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Last updated on 18 Apr 2024

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