We have two basic tutorial options, and one more advanced tutorial:
The Playground tutorial runs through using the Playground to track the ownership of commodities in a business network.
If you want to run the playground tutorial locally install the Playground locally first, then use the playground tutorial.
This tutorial presumes you have a development environment setup including the installation of the development tools.
The developer tutorial will walk you through the steps required to build a Hyperledger Composer blockchain solution from scratch. In the space of a day or so you should be able to go from an idea for a disruptive blockchain innovation to a complete business network, running on Hyperledger Fabric.
This tutorial presumes that you have some experience using Composer.
In this tutorial, we will build on the 'Commodity Trading' developer tutorial, extending it to show the use of queries in Composer. This tutorial demonstrates the power of the native Composer query language to filter results returned using criteria and to perform operations on result sets, such as updating or removing assets using a transaction function that uses queries.
Deploying to a single organization Hyperledger Fabric
This tutorial presumes that you have experience setting up an instance of Hyperledger Fabric.
In this tutorial, Hyperledger Composer is configured for a running instance of Hyperledger Fabric and a business network is deployed using that configuration.
Deploying to a multi-organization Hyperledger Fabric
This tutorial presumes that you have experience using Hyperledger Fabric.
In this tutorial, two organization administrators configure their instances of Hyperledger Composer to interact with the same channel in Hyperledger Fabric.