AxLabs has launched 1ClickNode, a node setup service designed to simplify the deployment of Web3 infrastructure. This service is tailored for developers looking to leverage cloud providers for their blockchain projects.
On release, 1ClickNode caters to Neo N3 MainNet and TestNet users. The service operates on a ‘bring your own droplet’ model, where users can set up their hosted node using a Neo PaaS app, initially available with Digital Ocean, with plans to expand support to more providers.
The setup process is straightforward – users provide their droplet’s IP address to initiate setup and then choose from three available tiers: Basic, Professional, or Advanced. Each level is tailored to a different set of developer needs and requirements:
- Basic: This is a free option, offering basic RPC requests, HTTPS and SSL support, protected RPC, but without pre-synchronization of the blockchain data.
- Professional: Priced at US $9.99, the one-time fee grants access to all features of the Basic plan, plus application logs and pre-synchronization for rapid deployment.
- Advanced: At US $19.99, this option encompasses all plugin requests in addition to the features offered at the Professional tier.
Neo nodes require minimal resources, with no CPU or RAM requirement and only 25GB of storage space required for the majority of 1ClickNode tier and network combinations. However, Advanced users running on the Neo MainNet are recommended to configure a droplet with at least 50 GB of storage space.
After setup, developers can begin making authenticated RPC requests to their node. The sync status of a node can be viewed via the status page, which is accessible after logging in with the provided credentials.
As part of its ongoing development, the AxLabs team is working on extending support to more nodes across different Layer 1 and Layer 2 networks, aiming to offer a comprehensive tool for a wide range of blockchain development needs.
Developers interested in deploying their Web3 infrastructure via 1ClickNode can get started by visiting: