DAML developers will soon have multiple deployment options for their distributed applications and the DAML Software Development Kit is now available to all
New York -- April 4, 2019 -- Digital Asset, the creators of the DAML smart contract language, announced today that it has open sourced DAML. The source code for the DAML language, runtime, and Software Development Kit (SDK) is now freely available under an Apache 2.0 open source license, enabling third parties to modify DAML and integrate it with other platforms. In addition, the DAML SDK Developer Preview is now available to all developers, following a private beta program announced last year.
“There are multiple blockchain platforms, each designed for different needs. DAML is the most suitable language to rapidly write secure distributed applications regardless of the platform,” said Shaul Kfir, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Digital Asset. “By open sourcing DAML, our goal is to enable rapid innovation across the industry by allowing users to focus on developing value for their business and leveraging a variety of deployment options.”
Digital Asset today unveiled a developer program for its enterprise smart contract language, DAML. The program, which opens today to a wider audience, provides developers with tools and training so that they can use DAML to model sophisticated, multi-party applications that run on the Digital Asset Platform.
Several of Digital Asset’s partners and clients, including Accenture, GFT, IntellectEU, ASX, ABN AMRO, and The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) have already joined the private beta of the developer program. The program provides access and training for the DAML Software Development Kit (SDK), a suite of tools to accelerate application development. Digital Asset has already trained more than 100 developers at partner and client organizations that participated in the beta phase of the developer program. Registration opens today atwww.daml.comfor organizations interested in downloading the DAML SDK Developer Preview.
"Our partners have already embraced DAML to develop smart contracts, scaling the offering of applications for the Digital Asset Platform,” said ChrisClason, Ecosystem Development Manager at Digital Asset.