Blockchain: Unibright To Enable The Creation Of DAML Smart Contracts With “No Code” Developer Tools

Unibright has announced that its Blockchain Integration Framework now supports DAML, the open source smart contract language created by Digital Asset.

By adding support for DAML, business people and developers can now use the Framework’s modules to graphically model business processes and automatically generate DAML code. The integration also enables the connectivity of DAML-based applications with legacy enterprise systems and multiple blockchain platforms.

Unibright’s Blockchain Integration Framework helps business professionals craft powerful
blockchain-based solutions with no coding skills required. It also makes it easier to integrate Blockchain technology into existing business processes so companies can reap ROI from their blockchain solutions faster. Until now, the Framework mainly supported the Solidity smart contract language. It now supports applications built using DAML smart contracts, which are also ledger independent.

“Unibright and Digital Asset are working toward a common goal. We want to build distributed business processes in a way that is user-centric and blockchain agnostic. DAML is a beautifully designed language that makes it even easier for Unibright to target multiple protocols with just one coding language. Moreover, the Unibright Workflow Designer and the Unbright Connector add visual process definition and automatic off-chain integration to the DAML world – a clear win-win for our customers realized through this integration,” said Stefan Schmidt, CTO and Co-Founder Unibright.

DAML is a smart contract language and toolchain created by Digital Asset for developing distributed applications. DAML lets you write simple, concise applications that can represent
business logic of arbitrary complexity without worrying about the specific mechanics of the underlying ledger.

“Unibright’s visual interface to create DAML smart contracts will help businesses get to market even faster. Combined with out the box integrations to existing systems and that both DAML and Unibright’s Business Integration Framework are compatible with multiple blockchain platforms, this is an extremely compelling offering to customers,” said Dan O’Prey, CMO and Head of Community Growth at Digital Asset.

Unibright and Digital Asset started working together on their partnership around the
Synchronize Europe event in London in June. Besides investigating promising industry sectors to leverage Unibright’s tech stack using DAML (tokenization, financial derivatives, supply chain), Unibright provided a live demonstration of an integration with a Multi-Party-Approval workflow entirely working in DAML.