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Dive into cheqd's product and identity functionality
cheqd maintains an array of packages with varying levels of integration complexity to allow its partners and customers to have a variety of ways of plugging into cheqd's identity functionality. Via these different packages, customers and partners can issue and verify Verifiable Credentials, create cheqd DIDs, DID-Linked Resources, Status Lists and Schemas with different levels of integration effort and flexibility.
There are three core ways of integrating and building with cheqd:
cheqd's identity functionality is fully standards compliant, ensuring interoperability and no vendor lock-in. cheqd's tooling and different product offerings offer a variety of building blocks for any Trusted Data Market.
If you want to utilise cheqd DIDs or DID-Linked Resources within applications without a specific cheqd integration, you can incorporate a Universal Registrar or Universal Resolver driver to support did:cheqd alongside other commonly adopted DID methods.
Credential Service is the easiest route to get started with cheqd's identity functionality, or for testing with very low integration effort. Using simple REST APIs, it is possible to integrate Credential Service in a few lines of code, or issue Credentials within a few clicks.
One of cheqd's primary motives is to make itself accessible to the widest set of identity applications possible. To accomplish this, cheqd has built a flexible set of packages and tooling to accommodate its identity capabilities into a broad set of external SDKs and applications.
These can be represented through the visual below:
cheqd SDK packages diagram
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