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Fluence JS

Fluence JS is an implementation of the Fluence protocol for JavaScript-based environments. It can connect browsers, Node.js applications, and so on to the Fluence p2p network.

Similar to the Rust Fluence Peer implementation it includes:

Fluence JS can call services and functions on the Fluence network, and expose new APIs to the p2p network directly from TypeScript and JavaScript. Aqua language uses Fluence JS as a compilation target, and they are designed to work in tandem.

Fluence JS can be used with any framework of your choice (or even without frameworks).