Reactor symbolizes a fundamental shift in how code is audited, generated, and shipped. Ingest any codebase in less than a second.
All code is displayed as a functional, editable series of diagrams.
Instantly understand the inter-dependancies. Use the functional diagrams to audit, edit, build and ship from any chain to any chain with zero vendor lock-in.
How to do 2 years coding in 3 minutes?
ARC Reactor and DRAGN can ingest any WEB3.0 code base, represent it in simple diagrams explaining every function which you can edit.
Simply add new functions via drag-and-drop and ship it as your own.
In the same way that Webflow combined the best of visual builders and coding, Reactor is the next evolution in software engineering.
Onboarding engineers into project a matter of intuition instead of effort. Code auditing is a breeze. Building and maintaining code is done at a fraction of the time and cost...
... and innovation is unleashed, cross-chain and without any vendor lock-in. Hello, limitless.
Experience will tell you otherwise. Understanding what the functions do and how they inter-relate can cost hundreds of hours equaling an enormous amount of dollars lost.
ARC Reactor rapidly removes this barrier through an instantaneous generation of visual diagrams for all functions, vastly reducing the learning and development curve.
How is Reactor different from No-Code solutions like Third Web?
Unlike these "out-of-the-box" solutions, which cannot be maintained and evolved easily, as well as limited in their use cases, Reactor focuses on being the GUI (Graphics User Interface) to copy any existing codebase, and make it auditable, manageable, scalable, maintainable and shipped to any chain.
This means that you can ingest code from one chain, and ship it easily to any other chain, while maintaining and evolving your codebase.
What is the difference between ARC Reactor and DRAGN?
Reactor is a product that can ingest any WEB3.0 code, on any EVM chain, turn it into a functional diagram that explains each function, has edit functions and a ready library of new functions and ships that code as your own. DRAGN is a similar product that allows you to ship any dApp entirely from your mobile phone.
Reactor is no code, right? No code leaves people locked into vendors!
Existing no code solutions lock you into the vendors. You're left with complex spaghetti code and need to use their framework and tools.
With ARC Reactor, there is no vendor-lock-in. You take the best-in-class code, edit it with our tools and can build upon that code freely. This is a core philosophy of the open-source code movement: Freedom to build the best solutions for the world.
Wait, so I can use this for ANY EVM-compatible chain?
Yep! AVAX, ETH, BNB, MATIC, ADA, TRX, ONE, AURORA... the whole caboodle.
You can start with code on one chain and then ship it to another chain. So, for example, you could ingest a project like 1inch from Etheruem, modify and ship it to Binance Chain or Polygon.
What about Solana and other chains?
Over time, Reactor will support all meaningful ecosystems, chains and coding languages, including popular WEB2 ones like JAVA, REACT, PYTHON and more.
Is Reactor just for creating new projects?
No - you can manage your existing codebase as well. Hence, if you're an existing enterprise constantly onboarding new developers, and managing complex ever-evolving code, Reactor can help anyone quickly understand and audit the codebase, interdependencies, maintain, manage, build and ship.
How do I pay for this?
In this beta phase, we have different packages to suit different scale of implementation. You simply buy some $ARC and stake it to qualify for different levels, and share some revenue you generate with us. In the very near future, we will be launching a SaaS model as well for more traditional clients.
Can I get accredited to build with $ARC?
We are planning an accreditation program over time to enhance our ability to support the upcoming burgeoning market we believe Reactor will tap into. Stay tuned 📺.
When will ARC Reactor be available?
ARC Reactor is fully functional in V1.2. We are accepting requests to partner and develop at this point in time. There is a priority list and we assess each submission, team and use case to ensure we can adequately vet and support our early partners and clients.