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After you have completed this tutorial, you will have modified the CSDE CorDapp Standard Development Environment. The recommended developer environment setup for developers wishing to write Corda 5 CorDapps. environment to make it ready for building your CorDapp Corda Distributed Application. A Java (or any JVM targeting language) application built using the Corda build toolchain and CorDapp API to solve some problem that is best solved in a decentralized manner. . You will have also created three packages within the existing CSDE project structure.

In this tutorial, you will use the CSDE repository as a template and build on top of it. This project already contains some example flows, contracts, and states An immutable object representing a fact known by one or more participants at a specific point in time. You can use states to represent any type of data, and any kind of fact. .

  1. Follow the CSDE installation instructions to clone the Kotlin CSDE repository.

  2. Create the com.r3.developers.apples.workflows package. If using IntelliJ, you can do this by right-clicking the kotlin folder within the workflows folder and then selecting New > Package.

  3. Update the contracts module by creating the following packages:

    • com.r3.developers.apples.contracts
    • com.r3.developers.apples.states

Follow the Write States tutorial to continue on this learning path.

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