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Smart Contract Best Practices
KYOTO for Ethereum Developers
A guide to available tools, components, patterns, and platforms for developing applications on EVM-compatible chains
New developers start here
- The most popular smart contract language.
- Browser extension wallet to interact with Dapps.
- Most popular smart contract development, testing, and deployment framework. Install the cli via npm and start here to write your first smart contracts.
- Packaged components for the Ethereum ecosystem.
- Flexible, extensible and fast Ethereum development environment.
- Smart contract development toolchain. Foundry manages your dependencies, compiles your project, runs tests, deploys, and lets you interact with the chain from the command-line.
- A Linux image ready to be imported in VirtualBox that includes the development tools mentioned above
- Not sure where to start? Use the interactive generator to bootstrap your contract and learn about the components offered in OpenZeppelin Contracts.
- Comprehensive crowdsourced overview of Ethereum- its history, governance, future plans and development resources.
- Brownie is a Python framework for deploying, testing and interacting with Ethereum smart contracts.
- Moralis is a cross-chain Enterprise-grade Web3 API that can be used for efficiently indexing blockchain data, authenticate various web3 wallets, and listen to real-time blockchain events
Ethereum Stack Exchange
- Post and search questions to help your development life cycle.
- Slick blockchain APIs to build world-class applications.
- Do gasless transactions in your dapp by enabling meta-transactions using simple to use SDK.
— Blockchain events before they happen. Blocknative's portfolio of developers tools make it easy to build with mempool data.
— A curated overview of the best and latest resources on Ethereum, blockchain and Web3 development.
— An ethereum development client based in Go.
— An interactive code school that teaches you to write smart contracts in Solidity.
— Learn Solidity and Vyper with challenges.
Solidity by Example
— An introduction to Solidity with simple examples.
- Discover Ethereum Layer2 solutions and the risks associated with using them.
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