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Below are examples that cover various ways to use IPFS. If there’s an example that doesn’t appear below, but that you’d like to see, please file an issue in the IPFS docs GitHub repo and let us know more details!
A variety of examples to help you get started with js-ipfs in Node.js and in the browser. Every example has a specific purpose, and some incorporate a full tutorial that you can follow through, helping you expand your knowledge about IPFS and the distributed web in general.
A quick guide to configuring your IPFS node
A quick guide to working with blocks in IPFS
How to serve a git repository through IPFS
A short guide to hosting your site on IPFS
About the IPFS bootstrap peers list
A quick guide to pinning files
IPFS can be used to store and play videos.
Learn about observing peers and the network
A quick look at how IPFS can be used to take basic snapshots of files
IPFS has a few default services that it runs by default, such as the dht, bitswap, and the diagnostics service. Each of these simply registers a handler on the IPFS PeerHost, and listens on it for new connections. The
corenet package has a very clean interface to this functionality. So lets try building an easy demo service to try this out…