Skynet - A real world example of Web 3

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on /r/siacoin

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  • Awesome-Homescreen

    Skynet Labs GitHub repository of working Skynet Apps (Skapps)

  • siad

    The Sia daemon

    Sia Homepage (Decentralized storage backbone for Skynet)

  • WorkOS

    The modern identity platform for B2B SaaS. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

  • skynet-cli

    a lightweight cli to interact with Skynet

    For example, in order for a web developer to begin developing on Skynet, all they need to do is upload their application or website folder containing their index.html file to Skynet and their web application or website is immediately available online. By simply dragging and dropping a folder into a web page they have made their entire application or website completely decentralized and secure with blockchain technology. There is no need for them to buy or hold crypto, search for hosting, or anything. It is just fast, secure and free (Up to 100gb).

  • homescreen

    Discontinued Homescreen provides a way for users to save fully decentralized, immutable versions of application front-ends.

    To begin actually using Skynet as a user however, Homescreen is where you want to start. To begin click the "Authenticate with MySky" button in the top right. A popup window will appear with the option to "Sign Up" at the bottom. Once you have clicked "Sign Up" a MySky account will be created for you, and you will be given a 15 word seed phrase. This seed phrase is now your password to **everything** you accesses on Skynet. So make sure to write down you seed phrase and store it in a safe location. It would also be helpful to sign up for a password manager like Bitwarden so you can securely access your MySky seed from any device. Once you have stored your seed in a safe place, you can click "Sign Up" to complete your account creation. Once completed you will then see your Homescreen with a couple apps preinstalled for you and you can begin using Skynet as it was intended to be.

  • developer-guide

    Github mirror of our developer documentation at https://docs.siasky.net/

    Skynet Developer Documentation

  • Bitwarden

    The core infrastructure backend (API, database, Docker, etc). (by bitwarden)

    To begin actually using Skynet as a user however, Homescreen is where you want to start. To begin click the "Authenticate with MySky" button in the top right. A popup window will appear with the option to "Sign Up" at the bottom. Once you have clicked "Sign Up" a MySky account will be created for you, and you will be given a 15 word seed phrase. This seed phrase is now your password to **everything** you accesses on Skynet. So make sure to write down you seed phrase and store it in a safe location. It would also be helpful to sign up for a password manager like Bitwarden so you can securely access your MySky seed from any device. Once you have stored your seed in a safe place, you can click "Sign Up" to complete your account creation. Once completed you will then see your Homescreen with a couple apps preinstalled for you and you can begin using Skynet as it was intended to be.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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