Common CorDapp mistakes and how to fix them

November 23, 2019

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This is the talk I gave at CordaCon in October.

Title: A tale of Corda Slack adventures - Common CorDapp mistakes and how to fix them

The talk covers the following topics:

  • Remembering the @Suspendable annotation
  • Contract validation
  • Responder flow validation
  • Balancing sends and receives in your flows

The laptop that ran the presentation didn’t support the emojis I added, so sorry for the random symbols you’ll see in the talk.

This video can also be found on the R3 website.

All other CordaCon videos can also be found here.



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