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Wireline is the definitive package manager for the serverless cloud. Search the community for components and call them directly from your code. All apps in the Wireline App Exchange are interoperable.
From first-time developers to hardened engineers, you should easily be able to write sophisticated apps by leveraging the community wires.
With less to provision and configure, your ops are simplified. You have full visibility into the running wires. Wire development is test-driven, and we check the input and output schema at every execution so you can build reliable systems.
Wireline lets you build that integration in 10 lines of code.
Wireline includes all the APIs you need to implement full-featured production systems. What's more, Wireline gets you up in running in minutes.
The platform includes: 1. The Toolbox. Wireline Toolbox enables developers to get up and running and launch prototypes quickly. 2. The dashboard. The Wireline Dashboard allows customers to configure, manage and monitor services and solutions. 3. The framework. The Wireline Framework is the execution environment for microservices and solutions. 4. App exchange. The Wireline App Exchange is the marketplace, or the hub, of the Wireline ecosystem.
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Attention. There is a risk that unverified members are not actually members of the team
Wireline has direct competitors in the market of application infrastructure services with working products, such as Readz, woopie, and Zmags. There are a couple of blockchain projects also aiming to build decentralized micro-services infrastructure - DADI and Golem which already raised funds and have their tokens traded on exchanges.
Admins of the telegram chat are not active. There are messages on Bitcointalk thread saying that the project is dead, the activity stopped in January 2018. It is not clear if the project can attract a large enough sub-sector of the global open-source developer community to make the project a success. As of March 15, the companies website says that "Wireline is in developer preview". Any further information about the product development is not clear.
Agents within the ecosystem will use tokens in different ways. Fundamentally, customers will use tokens to pay for usage of services, and for developer effort (custom development, support, training, etc.). Developers receive tokens as compensation, but will also use tokens for the use of other services. In the Wireline marketplace, developers will publish ‘wires’, which are building blocks of code that can be used in connection with larger apps. For any components that are useful and popular, developers are then financially rewarded using the WRL token. Businesses, on the other hand, can use the WRL token to purchase microservices on the app marketplace.
Post-money valuation will be around 300M USD which is a tremendously high number and is way above the comparable companies The amount of tokens held by the foundation is high and may cause a massive sell off by the team, which will cause fast devaluation of tokens The description of anticipated expenditures is quite broad and not specified.
According to some of the team members Linkedin profiles, they are not employed at Wireline.io
Microservices have transformed the tech world. However, microservices are still built on outdated infrastructure – including centralized servers, in-house servers, and centralized cloud infrastructure. With that in mind, Wireline aims to create a microservices exchange where developers have an opportunity to monetize enterprise-focused projects. It’s a marketplace where businesses can discover, test, and integrate microservices that can be seamlessly combined to build customized solutions.
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