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Ethereum dApps have two key components: the on-blockchain code that is used for high security guarantees on a public or private blockchain (server-like), and the local front ends that provide user interface and off-blockchain functionality to the user (client-like).
- Homestead Documentation
- Ethereum Development Tutorial
- Solidity Tutorial
- Realtime Solidity Compiler
- Mix IDE
- List of dApps; some are open-source.
- dApp Builder
- Gitter: Solidity
- Gitter: Web3.js
Let's begin by getting our stack set up. Although developing dApps that use the public Ethereum blockchain is in some sense no different than using a private blockchain or a local test blockchain, a few practical factors make it easier to start with controlled environments. This guide will show you how to set up your own local blockchain and write some contracts. Of course, it's a work in progress, and will be continually updated in collaboration with our Toronto Ethereum Developers meetup group http://www.meetup.com/Ethereum-Developers/.
Each component has its own page, accessible via the sidebar on the right hand side of this page.
Useful Links from Meetup
March 18th, 2016
- Slock.it just launched their DAO (decentralized autonomous organization)
- Dapp Insight submit your Dapp and get early traffic
- Realtime solidity compiler
- Solidity global variables
- Truffle: https://github.com/ConsenSys/truffle
- Dapple: https://github.com/nexusdev/dapple
- Embark: https://github.com/iurimatias/embark-framework
- For privacy considerations: Privacytools.io