Commit 710beaf6 authored by inertia's avatar inertia

using correct canonical urls (as seen from production)

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<p>Understanding the common terms used by the Hive blockchain is an important part of being able to build applications and tools that use it.</p>
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description: The methods on how to create a new account.
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canonical_url: account-creation-process.html
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This recipe will take you through the different options when creating accounts on the Steem blockchain.
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description: How to calculate resource credit cost for transactions.
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canonical_url: calculate_rc_recipe.html
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Since HF20 a Resource Credit (RC) system has been implemented to manage the number of transactions (comments, votes, transfers, etc) you can execute on the blockchain at any given time. This recipe will look at how to calculate your current RC and also what the current RC cost is for a given transaction. This recipe is far more 'basics oriented' than most. For a more in-depth description of how RC's work consume [this excellent RC demo](https://github.com/steemit/rcdemo) created by Steemit's Blockchain Team.
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## Allocation of RC to blockchain resources
An in depth look at how RC's are assigned to each of the three resources (CPU megacycles/state memory/history size) can be found in Steemit's wiki articles for [RC Bandwidth System](https://github.com/steemit/steem/wiki/RC-Bandwidth-System) and [Parameters](https://github.com/steemit/steem/wiki/RC-Bandwidth-Parameters)
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An in depth look at how RC's are assigned to each of the three resources (CPU megacycles/state memory/history size) can be found in Steemit's wiki articles for [RC Bandwidth System](https://github.com/steemit/steem/wiki/RC-Bandwidth-System) and [Parameters](https://github.com/steemit/steem/wiki/RC-Bandwidth-Parameters)
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description: Calculate the approximate value of an upvote on Steem
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canonical_url: estimate_upvote.html
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*By the end of this recipe you should know how to estimate value of each vote on Steem.*
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estimate = rshares / recent_claims * reward_balance * sbd_median_price
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That's all there is to it.
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That's all there is to it.
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Setting up a node for exchanges.
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canonical_url: exchange_node.html
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### Intro
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description: How to interpret raw bandwidth data.
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canonical_url: forum-market-bandwidth.html
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### Intro
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Setting up a node that supports `*.get_transaction`.
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canonical_url: get_transaction_node.html
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### Intro
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description: Optimize your local applications with jussi
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canonical_url: jussi-multiplexer.html
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*By the end of this recipe you should know how to install `jussi` on your local subnet to take advantage of its features.*
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description: All options available to `steemd` at command line interface
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canonical_url: node-cli.html
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Command line options are typically expressed with double-dash (e.g., `--replay-blockchain`):
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description: All `config.ini` options available to `steemd`
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canonical_url: node-config.html
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When running `steemd` for the first time, once the startup banner appears, press `Ctrl+C` to exit. Running `steemd` like this will generate a data directory and a pristine copy of `config.ini`.
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description: Querying multiple pages of results from the API.
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canonical_url: paginated-api-methods.html
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### Intro
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description: Run a `steemd` node with your preferred APIs.
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canonical_url: plugin-and-api-list.html
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*This is a list of the plugins, and their associated dependencies, required to enable specific apis.*
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"Quick-start" for deploying a Steem-based Testnet.
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canonical_url: setting-up-a-testnet.html
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### Intro
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description: Low level blockchain constants
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canonical_url: understanding-configuration-values.html
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### Intro
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description: Maintains global state information
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canonical_url: understanding-dynamic-global-properties.html
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### Intro
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description: How to use the Steem API to check the status of a transaction for a given `trx_id` value.
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canonical_url: understanding-transaction-status.html
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The overarching goal is to stop using [`condenser_api.broadcast_transaction_synchronous`]({{ '/apidefinitions/#condenser_api.broadcast_transaction_synchronous' | relative_url }}) but we still want the benefits.
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description: Hivemind setup and API functionality
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canonical_url: using-hivemind.html
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## Intro
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description: How to convert VESTS to STEEM or STEEM POWER
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canonical_url: vest-to-steem.html
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### Intro
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description: Including virtual operations when streaming blockchain transactions
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canonical_url: virtual-operations-when-streaming-blockchain-transactions.html
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This recipe will take you through the process of streaming blockchain transactions, both from `head_block_num` and `last_irreversible_block_num`, and explain the presence/absence of virtual operations in the streamed transactions.
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title: Tutorials
section: Tutorials
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canonical_url: .
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{% assign nav = site.data.nav.toc | where: "collection", "tutorials" | first %}
<section id="{{ doc.id | slugify }}" class="row {{ doc.id | slugify }}">
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