Steem Developer Portal - Resources
Steem has an active developer community that is constantly innovating on the blockchain. While the their presence on this page doesn’t constitute endorsement, it’s likely a few of these projects could be beneficial for your Steem idea.
The Steem Bluepaper describes how the Steem blockchain works, and provides an overview of the key features.
Radiator - https://github.com/inertia186/radiator
Radiator is a Ruby API client to interact with the steem blockchain.
Steem-JS - https://github.com/steemit/steem-js
DSteem - https://github.com/jnordberg/dsteem
A Typescript Steem crypto library for node.js and browsers. Steemit Inc also maintains a version of this library
A python library to interact with the STEEM blockchain. It includes the CLI tool beempy.
PHP Steem - https://github.com/lukestokes/php-steem-tools
Various tools and scripts written in PHP for exploring the STEEM blockchain.
An API Wrapper for Steem written in Java
GoSteem - https://github.com/go-steem/rpc
Golang RPC client library for Steem
SteemClientRS - https://github.com/cyberpunk-ventures/steem-client-rs
Client library for Steem blockchain built with Rust
ChainSync - https://github.com/aaroncox/chainsync
A simple library to stream blocks and operations for digesting into other mediums.
SteemIAPI - http://steem.esteem.ws/
Interactive Steem API swagger, open-source script allows you to interact with blockchain.
SteemSQL - http://www.steemsql.com/
A private Microsoft SQL server database with Steem blockchain data, subscription based, allows you to do flexible queries and analyze blockchain data.
eSync extracts Steem blockchain data and saves into Mongodb, written in Nodejs.
Many more projects and tools can be found at https://steemprojects.com
The Steem Whitepaper provides a more in depth technical analysis of how the Steem blockchain operates.
Most people who will be implementing OAuth2 will want to find and utilize a library in the language of their choice. These libraries, while not necessarily built by Steemit, should support the SteemConnect API.
If you’re wondering what SteemConnect is, go here.
SteemConnect SDK - https://github.com/steemit/steemconnect-sdk
steem-connect-firebase-function - https://jakipatryk.github.io/steemconnect-firebase-functions/
A TypeScript library that can help you build applications with SteemConnect and Firebase.
Sc2 SDK PHP - https://github.com/hernandev/sc2-sdk-php
Easily integrate STEEM blockchain into your PHP applications, though SteemConnect.
Social Auth SteemConnect - https://pypi.python.org/pypi/social-auth-steemconnect/0.0.2
Pluggable authentication backend for python-social-auth, that allows authentication via SteemConnect (v2).
steemconnect-python-client - https://github.com/emre/steemconnect-python-client
steemconnect-python-client is a simple yet powerful library to interact with the Steemconnect.
omniauth-steemconnect - https://rubygems.org/gems/omniauth-steemconnect/versions/0.1.0
Ruby Omniauth2 Strategy for SteemConnect.
SwiftyConnect - https://github.com/caspernikus/SwiftyConnect
SteemConnect Library for iOS / Swift.
SteemConnect4j - https://github.com/hapramp/steemconnect4j
Steemconnect SDK for Java.
The members of the Steemit Inc. development team are currently the main contributors to the Steem blockchain software. They oversee the open source Steem GitHub repository, and maintain many of the open source libraries that developers use.
Steemit’s Developer Advocate is here to make the process of developing for the Steem platform as smooth as possible. If you have any comments, concerns, or suggestions about how to improve the experience of developing applications with the Steem blockchain - please reach out.
The D.A. receives a lot of emails, but will respond as quickly as possible.
SteemDevs Chat - https://discord.gg/B29Bbng
SteemDevs chat is a public Discord chat community where members of the Steem development community go to discuss Steem development, and other related topics. It is a great place to go to ask questions, meet other developers that are working on Steem projects, share tips and code snippets, and discuss the items you are working on.