🧪 An open-source, up-to-date toolkit for building decentralized applications (dapps) on the Ethereum blockchain. It's designed to make it easier for developers to create and deploy smart contracts and build user interfaces that interact with those contracts.
⚙️ Built using NextJS, RainbowKit, Hardhat, Wagmi, and Typescript.
- ✅ Contract Hot Reload: Your frontend auto-adapts to your smart contract as you edit it.
- 🔥 Burner Wallet & Local Faucet: Quickly test your application with a burner wallet and local faucet.
- 🔐 Integration with Wallet Providers: Connect to different wallet providers and interact with the Ethereum network.
Before you begin, you need to install the following tools:
To get started with Scaffold-ETH 2, follow the steps below:
- Clone this repo & install dependencies
git clone https://github.com/scaffold-eth/scaffold-eth-2.git cd scaffold-eth-2 yarn install
- Run a local network in the first terminal:
This command starts a local Ethereum network using Hardhat. The network runs on your local machine and can be used for testing and development. You can customize the network configuration in
- On a second terminal, deploy the test contract:
This command deploys a test smart contract to the local network. The contract is located in
packages/hardhat/contracts and can be modified to suit your needs. The
yarn deploy command uses the deploy script located in
packages/hardhat/deploy to deploy the contract to the network. You can also customize the deploy script.
- On a third terminal, start your NextJS app:
Visit your app on:
http://localhost:3000. You can interact with your smart contract using the contract component or the example ui in the frontend. You can tweak the app config in
Run smart contract test with
- Edit your smart contract
- Edit your frontend in
- Edit your deployment scripts in
Visit our docs to learn how to start building with Scaffold-ETH 2.
To know more about its features, check out our website.
We welcome contributions to Scaffold-ETH 2!
Please see CONTRIBUTING.MD for more information and guidelines for contributing to Scaffold-ETH 2.