As you may already know, Grindery Gateway is the no-code automation solution for Web3 that empowers users with do-it-yourself (DIY) integrations. To make this happen, Grindery Gateway renders intuitive user interfaces for end users to create workflows using what we call CDS (connector declaration schema), an enhanced ABI in JSON format. Note that an ABI (Application Binary Interface) provides a smart contract with the ability to interact with external apps and other smart contracts. In a nutshell, the CDS file defines how the Grindery workflow engine interacts with external systems.
Currently, Grindery Gateway supports tens of blockchains including Ethereum, Binance, Polygon, Harmony, Gnosis, etc. Here is the good thing, you can create a CDS for your own decentralized applications through the CDS Editor.
CDS Editor allows you to create a new CDS or clone and edit an existing one. To create a CDS, all you need to do is to obtain your blockchain contract address, access the CDS editor, generate your CDS, and customize it to taste. You can learn more about how to create a CDS by going through our CDS tutorial.