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RE: Part 1: Coding on Hive With Python - Setting Up

in #programming6 months ago

Welcome to HIVE. I look forward to what you have to say about coding for HIVE. I think the HIVE Tutorial on hive.io builds in too many dependencies.

Since you are writing about coding in HIVE. I assume that you are already familiar with the platform. I checked your account on HiveBlocks.com

https://hiveblocks.com/@learncode

HiveBlocks.com said that you had 0 HIVE POWER. Hive Power determine the resource credits for your account and you need resource credits so that you write posts and comments.

To get over this problem, I gave your account a 15 HP delegation. That should give you enough credits to write 16 posts. The credits refresh over a 5 day period; So, this should be enough to power the account.

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Hi @yintercept,

Thank you for the HP delegation. That is very kind of you.

I have used developers.hive.io as a reference many times. I found that I still spend time to fiddle and figure out how to achieve certain things. So I am looking forward to sharing some of the examples on this blog.

I will also cover HiveEngine, which has its own set of APIs.

What is your primary source on the HiveEngine API?

PS: I've read through the code on PyPi. Since I am not a Python programmer, I never felt comfortable downloading the code and running the script.

https://pypi.org/project/hiveengine/

Yep, the hiveengine PyPi module is what I've been using for fetching HiveEngine token information. There is some limited documentation available. However, when getting started, I needed to ask another developer for help.