XRP Ledger (XRPL), a distributed ledger of crypto asset XRP (Ripple), has announced the launch of
xrpl-py, a Python implementation for interacting with the XRP Ledger.
“xrpl-py” is a compilation of programs for developers using Python. The tool makes it easier for developers to incorporate XRP ledger into their products. Python is a programming language used by many programmers and developers, so the use case for XRP ledger is expected to expand.
xrpl-py is called a library and is a collection of versatile programs. The feature that is made so that even developers who are still learning the codes can take advantage of xrpl-py.
The xrpl-py library offers a range of features including:
- Serializing, signing, and submitting transactions.
- Model objects for all transaction types and all core server requests.
- Converting between X-Addresses and classic addresses.
- Cryptographic key generation.
- Retrieving account information, including balances.
The XRPL Team Said:
The feature set for the first available version is limited but it implements the most common use cases of XRP Ledger development. We’re working on adding new features to xrpl-py and aim to include everything else the XRP Ledger offers within the library soon. We plan on using this framework to create even more libraries for the XRP Ledger in other languages in the near future.
To get started, see tutorial on xrpl.org.
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