Ever since Ethereum introduced smart contracts and dApps, we have seen thousands of them. Each dApp is programmed to do a primary task and then some secondary tasks. Some dApps are the replication of popular social media platforms. This course is about one such dApp. Enroll now to learn to create a Twitter-resembling dApp using the Solidity programming language.
0. Getting started
1. Let’s work on the smart contract
2. Let’s work on the backend now
3. Let’s work on the frontend now
4. Let’s run our dApp
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Why learn Solidity?
Most popular smart contract language
Over 85% developers active in web3 are using Solidity.
Demand of Solidity devs is on its way up
The average salary for a Solidity developer is over $150,000 p/a.
Relatively easy language to learn
Opens up a world of new opportunities
Become a part of the growing Ethereum ecosystem and develop innovative applications.
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Frequently asked questions
Solidity is a popular programming language for smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain, making it one of the top choices for building decentralized applications.
Popular development tools include Remix, Truffle, and Hardhat, which provide an integrated environment for Solidity development, testing, and deployment.
To interact with a Solidity smart contract of a dApp, you can use web3.js or ethers.js libraries in your front-end code to send transactions and read data from the blockchain.