Blockchain infrastructure company Alchemy has launched a new product, Alchemy Monitor, which will help developers track the dynamics of their applications on the blockchain.
Alchemy said this tool will help blockchain developers easily access information related to user behavior and application performance. According to the company, Alchemy Monitor is already used by various cryptocurrency companies, for example, 0x, MyEtherWallet, Lucid Sight and Zerion.
“Developers are used to these kinds of tools in the Web 2.0 world, but they have to cope with this task themselves in Web 3.0,” said Alchemy software engineer Mike Garland.
According to him, there is no alternative for this product in the current market, “which is why it is so important to the success of the industry.” According to Alexey Bashlykov, technical director of the fintech company Zerion, the Alchemy product helped to better identify errors on the Zerion platform and provided “new information on the quality and performance” of the company’s products.
As Web 3.0 evolves, more and more developer tools are available. Figment Networks recently launched the Data Hub, a service that simplifies Web 3.0 protocol development, including Tezos, Cosmos, and Coda. It allows you to access the blockchain without starting your own node.