Framework Spec pages describe how Gazelle works in detail and addresses its main components' specifications. This is mainly for the developers who would like to contribute to Gazelle's open-source development.
Specific motivation is to provide inforamtion with
- Developers who can contribute to integration of new blockchains as a main chain.
- Developers who can contribute to Gazelle's client development and new platform support such as Android and iOS.
- Developers who can contribute to development of predicate DSL and Gazelle smart contracts.
Gazelle in a nutshell
Features of Gazelle
- L1 agnostic design
Using Gazelle, you can build application on top of a variety of blockchain. Gazelle currently supports Ethereum and Tezos.
- Composability of multiple off-chain solutions
If you are an application developer, you probably understand that the composability of applications plays a huge role in the development. As above section about OGS explained, Gazelle made it possible to build scalable blockchain applications using multiple off-chain scaling solutions, such as Plasma, State channels, and Optimistic Rollup, employing OGS. This feature makes your blockchain application more general and flexibility.