In their last post, LiquidApps explained in detail how to use LiquidOracles through the LiquidHarmony framework. By using LiquidOracles, developers can set up an oracle service to retrieve information from outside blockchains. It is already compatible with EOS, WAX and Telos.
"LiquidOracles offers numerous unique features, including full control over oracle sources and customizable consensus. LiquidOracles can also update much more frequently, while remaining affordable."
The walkthrough relies on the use of Zeus SDK, a set of libraries, code samples and documentation for building and scaling dApps. Developers can choose their preferred oracle service, add backups, connect to the DAPP Network, and finally deploy the application to their desired chain.