The open source Space Daemon enables developers to easily build powerful privacy-focused apps on the Dweb and the underlying protocols that power it (IPFS, Textile, Filecoin, Ceramic, Handshake). Robust, well-documented and simple-to-use, we provide everything you need to build the next great privacy-focused app on the Dweb!
The Space Daemon comes with a full suite of tools, commands, pre-installed nodes (IPFS, Textile, Filecoin, Ceramic, Handshake), and everything else you need to build true Dweb apps that leverage some or all of the underlying protocols included in the Dweb Stack. Includes encrypted file storage & sharing, an identity/naming system, encrypted file back ups, databases, and more.
The only limit to what can be built on the Dweb using the Space Daemon is your own imagination. Almost any existing Web 2 product/app/site can be rebuilt on the Dweb using the Space Daemon. And what product wouldn't be better by adding privacy, encryption, p2p, censorship resistance, and the other amazing benefits of the Dweb?
No need to worry about setting up infrastructure, running nodes, interacting/accessing the numerous underlying protocols in the Dweb Stack, or any of that complicated stuff. Just build your Dweb app using the Space Daemon and enjoy the super simple, easy to use, standard interface that makes the building process a breeze, and allows you to deliver amazing true Dweb experiences to your users.
Dweb apps built with the Space Daemon can have their own dedicated apps, but what's cool is they can also be easily discovered/accessed by users through the Space desktop app. Avoid all the headaches associated with having your own dedicated desktop app, you can opt to just make your Dweb app discoverable in the Space app and leverage the Space user base to attract users.
Want to add more features to the Space Daemon? Want to show off your talents while promoting privacy apps? The Space Daemon is fully open source and a community endeavor. Developers are welcome to open pull requests!
Check out our Getting Started section on our docs to get started with developing on the Space Daemon.