Jolocom is a decentralized infrastructure for self-sovereign identity. The Jolocom Protocol can be utilized to manage and generate Decentralized Identifiers, Verifiable Credentials, and cryptographic signatures within applications. Jolocom Identities are designed to enable the management of multiple personas by individual users as well as preserve pairwise anonymity in context-specific interactions. This protocol is currently accessible indirectly, via SDK.
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TypeScript Sample Code that demonstrates how to test notification management services. The application creates an info notification, schedules a notification, and removes a notification using invokeDismiss.
TypeScript example that highlights how to create a signed credential in a sandbox environment. Also, the application correctly sets the default expiry date, and implements getter methods for this particular endpoint.
TypeScript example that utilizes the cred-types-jolocom-core module to perform credentials related testing. The application correctly instantiates given a single claim, and implements all getter methods.