Tonomy Developer Console

The Tonomy Developer Console is a sophisticated platform designed to facilitate developers in the streamlined setup and management of network infrastructure and applications. This no-code interface offers structured guidance, enabling app developers and infrastructure providers to seamlessly register, administer, and regulate their applications and services within the ecosystem

Google Developer Console and Web3 comparison

The Tonomy Developer Console platform offers a nuanced and user-friendly approach, greatly mitigating operational risks for developers and entrepreneurs engaged in ecosystem activities. Its conceptual framework is akin to the Google Play Console, which provides developers with the tools to manage Google resources or implement Single Sign-On (SSO) with their applications. In Web3, the prevalence of such intuitive, no-code development platforms is limited, often necessitating developers to navigate through extensive documentation and employ command-line inputs or Software Development Kits (SDKs) for system implementation and management.

The Tonomy Developer Console is enhanced with built-in analytics and advanced security features, positioning it as a more innovative and less risky option than other platforms. In the spirit of transparency, most information about applications and network infrastructure managed through the console is publicly accessible, barring data sensitive to privacy and security. While the general public holds read-only privileges, developers and infrastructure providers retain comprehensive control over the configuration and management of their respective products and services.

  • Applications and services offered by DAOs to the other network participants, where fees are levied based on infrastructure utilisation.

  • Services provided by DAOs to run the core infrastucture of Tonomy networks, which are free of charge, with compensation managed through the network’s policy, governance, and administration systems.

Billing within the Tonomy Developer Console is bifurcated into two distinct categories:

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