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Blockchain development: Ethereum, Solidity, Web3

List of Blockchain where Solidity can be used

Most people people know that Solidity can be used to develop Ethereum smart contracts. However, very few people also know…

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Alternatives to web3.js

Web3.js is the leading client library for Ethereum. Personally, I am fine with it, but I know that some developers…

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Announcement: I will speak at TruffleCon about Events with Drizzle

I have 3 questions for you. Question 1: Do you know Drizzle, the framework for building Dapp frontend? That can…

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What to build on Ethereum? Dapp ideas

So, you are thinking of building a Dapp on Ethereum, but you are still not sure what to build? In…

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How I Got 2 jobs As A Blockchain Developer | Real story

There are a few other articles /videos that claim to explain how to get a job as a blockchain developer.…

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Which version of web3 should you use?

TLDR: web3-beta 1.0.0-beta.55 npm install web3@1.0.0-beta.35 If you have worked with web3 before, you might have noticed a few.... glitches…

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Graph of memory locations in Solidity: storage, calldata, etc…

In Solidity smart contracts, there are 4 memory locations: storage memory stack calldata They all have different lifetimes and it's…

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Call vs transaction API in Ethereum

In Ethereum, there are 2 APIs to interact with a smart contract: Calls (eth_call) Transactions (eth_sendTransactions) In Solidity (the language…

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Truffle framework cheatsheet

The documentation of the Truffle framework is pretty good, but it can be a bit overwhelming for a beginner. This…

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