Are you prepared to dive into developing smart contracts for the blockchain? Building smart contracts for Ethereum, an open-source blockchain-based distributed computing platform, can be learned rapidly by experienced engineers and beginners with the help of this hands-on approach. You won’t spend much time familiarising yourself with the basics because you’ll jump into a building mode.

Hands-On Smart Contract Development with Solidity and Ethereum: From Fundamentals to Deployment [pdf]

Thanks to the guidance of Kevin Solorio, Randall Kanna, and Dave Hoover, you will learn how to develop and test your smart contract and how to create a front for users to interact with. People interested in entering the subject of smart contracts but unsure how to get started may find this an invaluable resource.

This book assists you in four different ways:


  • Learn the fundamentals of smart contracts by looking into things like the Ethereum protocol, the Solidity programming language, and the Ethereum Virtual Machine.
  • Start building smart contracts with Solidity and get familiar with the Truffle framework tools for deploying and testing your contracts.
  • Use Web3 to connect your smart contracts to an application so that users can interact with the blockchain easily.
  • Investigate the safety of smart contracts along with the free resources available online for auditing smart contract safety.


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