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DIYblockchain Self Paced Ethereum & Solidity – Dapp Development Training course of the Blockchain specialization prepares you to design and develop end-to-end decentralized applications (Dapps) – which provide anyone with access to the blockchain’s features and services. You will use Truffle IDE, smart contracts, a simple web client and a MetaMask client. You will learn about the architecture of a Dapp: the front-end client interface, backed by the blockchain and smart contracts. The course covers the basic design of a Dapp, Truffle development process and commands (init, develop, test and migrate), test-driven development of Dapp, Dapp application models and emerging standards that are essential for predictable Dapp behavior. Main concepts are delivered through videos, demos and hands-on exercises.This training will give you the the ability to start, stop and rewind the chapters.  This course also prepares you for the DIYblockchain Certified Ethereum Blockchain Solution Architect (DCEBSA)exam.

What are the inclusion of DIYblockchain Self Paced Ethereum & Solidity – Dapp Development Course?

  • Unlimited access to course content
  • Ability to stop, pause rewind and move through all chapters
  • Sample quiz questions
  • Exam Prep Digital Course Material: View from anywhere and any device

Why of DIYblockchain Blockchain Course

The blockchain is a progressive innovation and soon, it will upset a portion of the real ventures. Aside from Bitcoin, it can be utilized for a wide assortment of uses, for example, following proprietorship, computerized resources, physical resources, or voting rights. DIYblockchain is enabling the maker culture in the blockchain ecosystem.To accept the advantage of these open doors, you require an organized preparing with a refreshed educational program according to the present business prerequisites and best practices.

  • Globally Recognized Certification from Indian Blockchain Council
  • Access to DIYblockchain and Indian Blockchain Council Developer Pool
  • Free Membership to Indian Blockchain Council
  • Opportunity to become a part of DIYblockchain and IBC Projects
  • Various Job opportunities globally

Course Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Link to Completed Code on Github
  • A Short History Lesson
  • Link to Original Bitcoin White Paper
  • What is Ethereum?
  • Interfacing with Ethereum Networks
  • Metamask Setup
  • Ethereum Accounts
  • Receiving Ether
  • What’s a Transaction?
  • Why’d We Wait?
  • A Quick Note
  • Basic Blockchains
  • Block Time
  • Smart Contracts
  • The Solidity Programming Language
  • Our First Contract
  • Quick Note – Remix Deprecation Warnings
  • Contract Structure
  • Function Declarations
  • Testing with Remix
  • Redeploying Contracts
  • Behind the Scenes of Deployment
  • More on Running Functions Than You Want to Know
  • Wei vs Ether
  • Gas and Transactions
  • Mnemonic Phrases
  • Getting More Ether

  • Don’t Skip! Node JS Versioning
  • Contract Deployment
  • Boilerplate Requirements
  • Project File Walkthrough
  • Syntax Highlighters
  • Solidity “AssertionError [ERR_ASSERTION]: Invalid callback specified” errors
  • Compiling Solidity
  • The Compile Script
  • Testing Architecture
  • Web3 Install Issues on Windows
  • Installing Modules
  • Web3 Versioning
  • Web3 Providers
  • Testing with Mocha
  • Mocha Structure
  • Fetching Accounts from Ganache
  • Refactor to Async/Await
  • Deployment with Web3
  • Deployed Inbox Overview
  • Asserting Deployment
  • Web3 Version Fix
  • Verifying the Initial Message
  • Testing Message Updates
  • Deployment with Infura
  • Infura Signup
  • Wallet Provider Setup
  • Deployment to Rinkeby
  • Observing Deployment on Etherscan
  • Deployed Contracts in Remix
  • Project Review

  • The Lottery Contract
  • Lottery Design
  • Basic Solidity Types
  • Starting the Lottery Contract
  • The Message Global Variable
  • Overview of Arrays
  • Overview of Mappings and Structs
  • Big Solidity Gotcha
  • Entering the Lottery
  • Validation with Require Statements
  • The Remix Debugger
  • Pseudo Random Number Generator
  • Selecting a Winner
  • Sending Ether from Contracts
  • Resetting Contract State
  • Requiring Managers
  • Function Modifiers
  • Returning Players Array
  • Contract Review
  • New Test Setup
  • Test Project Updates
  • Test Helper Review
  • Asserting Deployment
  • Entering the Lottery
  • Asserting Multiple Players
  • Try-Catch Assertions
  • Testing Function Modifiers
  • End to End Test

  • Ethereum App Architecture
  • Application Overview
  • Getting Started with Create-React-App
  • Multiple Web3 Instances
  • Web3 Setup
  • Deploying the Lottery Contract
  • Local Contract Instances
  • Rendering Contract Data
  • Instance Properties
  • Accessing More Properties
  • The ‘Enter’ Form
  • Form Setup
  • Entering the Lottery
  • Picking a Winner
  • Project Review

  • Solving Real Problems with Contracts
  • Fixing Kickstarter’s Issues
  • Campaign Contract Design
  • Campaign Constructor
  • Contributing to the Campaign
  • A Quick Test
  • The Request Struct
  • More on Function Modifiers
  • Creating Struct Instances
  • Instance Creation Syntax
  • Storage and Memory
  • More on Storage vs Memory
  • Voting System Requirements
  • The Wrong Voting System
  • Issues with Arrays
  • Mappings vs Arrays
  • Basics of Mappings
  • Refactoring to Mappings
  • Refactoring Request Stucts
  • More on Struct Initialization
  • Approving a Request
  • Testing Request Approvals
  • Finalizing a Request
  • Last Remix Test
  • Thinking about Deployment
  • Solution to Deployment
  • Adding a Campaign Factory
  • Testing the Factory

  • Project Setup
  • Directory Structure
  • A Better Compile Script
  • Single Run Compilation
  • More on Compile
  • Test File Setup
  • Creating Campaign Instances
  • Testing Warmup
  • Accessing Mappings
  • Requiring Minimum Contributinos
  • Array Getters
  • One End to End Test
  • Deployment
  • Refactoring Deployment

  • App Mockups
  • CRA vs Next
  • Next’s Pages Architecture
  • Basics of Next Routing
  • Root Routes
  • CampaignFactory Instance
  • Getting a Test Campaign
  • Fetching Deployed Campaigns
  • Why Next.js, Anyways?
  • Server vs Client Web3 Instances
  • GetInitialProps Function
  • Semantic UI React
  • Card Group Setup
  • Rendering Card Groups
  • Adding CSS
  • Adding a Button
  • The Need for a Layout
  • The Layout Component
  • Assembling a Header
  • Constraining Content Width
  • Two Column Layout
  • Nested Routing
  • Final CSS Fix
  • Form Creation
  • Input Change Handlers
  • Form Submittal
  • Testing Submittal
  • Form Error Handling
  • Button Spinners
  • Routing Issues
  • Next Routes Setup
  • Automatic Navigation
  • Header Navigation
  • Routing to Campaigns
  • Restarting the Server
  • Route Mappings
  • Planning CampaignShow
  • Redeploying CampaignFactory
  • CampaignShow’s GetInitialProps
  • Accessing a Campaign
  • Summary Translation Layer
  • Custom Card Groups
  • One Card Per Property
  • The Contribute Form
  • Grid Layouts
  • Form State
  • Communicating the Campaign Address
  • Making a Contribution
  • Refreshing Contract Data
  • Spinners and Error Handlers
  • Listing Requests
  • Grids vs Columns
  • More Routing!
  • Request Creation Form
  • Creating a Request
  • Form Polish
  • Creating a Request
  • Requests One by One
  • Fancy Javascript
  • Small Typo!
  • Rendering a Table
  • Request Row Component
  • Request Row Content
  • Approvers Count Cell
  • Approving a Request
  • Finalizing Requests
  • Testing Finalization
  • Row Status Styling
  • Finishing Requests Index
  • Wrapup

Course Curriculum

What is Ethereum
ESDD01 00:00:00
Smart Contracts with Solidity
ESDD02 00:00:00
Advanced Smart Contracts
ESDD03 00:00:00
Building Ethereum DAPP Interactive Frontend
ESDD04 00:00:00
Live Project on Ethereum Blockchain
ESDD05 00:00:00
Project Infrastructure on Ethereum
ESDD06 00:00:00
MultiPage Front End Development - Advanced
ESDD07 00:00:00

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