Crypto News – To improve developers’ experience creating apps on the Cardano blockchain, the Cardano Foundation has announced the release of a new Java-based data provisioning tool.
Cardano Ledger Sync Introduced: The Tool Will Be Developer-Friendly and Transparent
The engineering department of the Cardano Foundation is spearheading the development of a provisioning tool to improve data access on the Cardano blockchain, the organization just revealed in a blog post.
The Cardano Foundation’s Engineering Team has recently taken on the work of developing a Java-based data provisioning tool called Ledger Sync, which gives access to Cardano blockchain data.the statement
As per the statement, a prevalent problem faced by many blockchain-based systems is the ineffective retrieval of data by random access. The organization of the storage, which usually uses a linked list format, is the cause of this issue.
The framework will be released under an open source license to equip developers and partners with an additional tool for chain indexing, increasing the diversity of the Cardano developer ecosystem,the statement
Why did Cardano Release a New Tool?
It further adds that, prior to this, an application would need to loop over the first 199 blocks in order to get to the block that held the necessary data in order to access the transactions recorded in block number 200 on Cardano. Moreover, this strategy becomes unworkable if a blockchain network keeps growing.
Cardano, for instance, currently has more than 9.5 million blocks minted on mainnet.the statement
As Cardano continues to grow at a rapid pace, it’s not very efficient to utilize this cycle state. Therefore, the platform may have thought it best to introduce a new tool.