GraphLinq launched in early 2021 with an IDE (Integrated Development Environment), followed by an Analytics & App launch. The IDE is for the users who can go through our documentation to build cool templates for themselves/their ideas without having to code at all.
Today we’re announcing a new partnership with an exciting project called Locklet: We are planning a bunch of analytics, blocks integrations, and more on their next releases as a continuous integration with their Protocol.
As part of our partnership, GraphLinq will include a set of tools including blocks to watch…
Greetings everyone! Today we achieved two big milestones in our development roadmap: you can now create and issue your own ERC-20 and BEP-20 token only with few clicks on the GraphLinq App, two options are available: directly through our interface or by modifying the template graph directly on the IDE…
The 2nd quarter of this year just ended and here are highlights of everything that GraphLinq achieved in Q2 of 2021. Our motive has been to provide a seamless experience to all users of the platform, and hereby we are proud to share with you our progress update.
We are honored to announce that GraphLinq partnered up with Elrond for integration on the Engine, IDE, App & Analytics.
As of right now, you can go to the GraphLinq IDE to experiment with the Elrond components and create your first smart workflow. For example, you could set up a flow that sends a telegram notification every time you receive a transaction in Maiar. …
GraphLinq — The No Code protocol for automating actions on-chain & off-chain, launched in just March 2021, has come a long way bringing users in the crypto space a never-seen model of integrating blockchain automation on any blockchain-related/non-related task. …
GraphLinq has launched an easier interface on app.graphlinq.io which enables complete nocoders to simply build powerful tools/automations/bots in just couple of clicks. In just 3 simple steps, you can deploy your first graph:
Step 1: Give your graph a name & choose a template
Step 2: Fill/edit your preferred variables
Step 3: Click on “Deploy” and view logs on “ My Graphs”
Yes, that’s all you need to do and you’re done!
If you want to see how your graph works or if you’re a more advanced user, just click on “Edit On IDE” to navigate to GraphLinq’s IDE with your chosen template. On our IDE you’ve around 200 logical blocks available already, with new blocks being added regularly.