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Follow these steps to quickly setup and run your first EdgeChains application in the next 10 minutes:

Initial setup

Step 1: Download by clicking on the Latest Build&Run once you reach the actions page of Arakoo.

Step 2: Once is downloaded, then extract the folder and put this file into the directory.

Step 3: Now, Open the directory using IntelliJ ==> It will index automatically and then always use Java SDK 17 or above.

Note: The file can be renamed to any name

Step 4: Write your code & build phenomenal applications using EdgeChainsSDK.

By following these steps, you are now ready to proceed with running your first EdgeChains application.

Run EdgeChains

Step 5: For Debugging purpose, you can run it via IntelliJ or else with jbang (especially where you are using external libs such as Thymeleaf i.e., java -jar edgechain.jar jbang

Step 6: If you are using Redis, specify the following properties:

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properties.setProperty("redis.url", "");
properties.setProperty("redis.username", "default");
properties.setProperty("redis.password", "");
properties.setProperty("redis.ttl", "3600");

Step 7: If you are using Postgres, specify the following properties:

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properties.setProperty("", "");
properties.setProperty("postgres.db.username", "postgres");
properties.setProperty("postgres.db.password", "");

Step 8: If you want to use Supabase, specify the following properties:

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properties.setProperty("supabase.url", ";
properties.setProperty("supabase.annon.key", "");

For JWT decoding: If you aren't using Supabase and want to use EdgeChains Authentication feature, therefore make sure your jwt must contain these two fields: - a) email: "..." - b) role: "authenticated, user_create"
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properties.setProperty("jwt.secret", "");

package com.edgechain;

import static com.edgechain.lib.constants.EndpointConstants.OPENAI_CHAT_COMPLETION_API;

import com.edgechain.lib.endpoint.impl.OpenAiEndpoint;
import com.edgechain.lib.endpoint.impl.WikiEndpoint;
import com.edgechain.lib.jsonnet.JsonnetArgs;
import com.edgechain.lib.jsonnet.JsonnetLoader;
import com.edgechain.lib.jsonnet.enums.DataType;
import com.edgechain.lib.jsonnet.impl.FileJsonnetLoader;
import com.edgechain.lib.request.ArkRequest;
import com.edgechain.lib.response.ArkEmitter;
import com.edgechain.lib.response.ArkResponse;
import com.edgechain.lib.rxjava.retry.impl.ExponentialDelay;
import java.util.*;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit;
import org.springframework.boot.autoconfigure.SpringBootApplication;
import org.springframework.boot.builder.SpringApplicationBuilder;
import org.springframework.http.MediaType;
import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.GetMapping;
import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RequestMapping;
import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RestController;

public class Starter {

public static void main(String[] args) {
System.setProperty("server.port", "8080");

Properties properties = new Properties();

// Define your custom properties like this;
properties.setProperty("", "http://localhost:4200");
properties.setProperty("", "true");
properties.setProperty("", "true");

new SpringApplicationBuilder(Starter.class).properties(properties).run(args);

public class WikiController {

public ArkResponse m1(ArkRequest arkRequest) {
// Do Your Implementation