Welcome to the main technical documentation for the Hackathon. You will find everything you need to develop this weekend.
First of all you need to have a client to interact with the network. We recommend to use the pre-built binaries available here.
The zip contains two folders, one called massa-node and the other massa-client. For this hackathon you will only need the client. In the folder massa-client you will find an executable massa-client that will be your client for the whole Hackathon.
In the massa-client/config folder, create a config.toml file with the following content:
[default_node] ip = "18.104.22.168"
This will allow your client to connect to the remote node run by Massa team so that you don’t have to run a node by yourself.
You can now run the client and generate a secret key using the following command in the client:
Now that you have created a wallet you can check the address, public key, balance, etc… with this command:
To develop and send smart contracts to the Massa blockchain you will need some tokens. You can get some by sending your address to the faucet bot in the “testnet-faucet” channel of our Discord, or if you don’t have Discord make sure to tell us and we’ll happily send you some.
If you check your wallet again, you should see coins on your address. Now that you have an address with coins you can create and deploy your first smart contract.
Here you’ll find all relevant links to resources for smart-contracts development.
Setting up your working environment
The Getting started tutorial will get you through all the steps to set up your environment for smart-contract development, and show you how to execute a simple “Hello world” smart contract.
Write your first smart contract
This example showcases a more involved example of a Massa smart contract.
Testing your smart contract
The massa-sc-tester allows you to test your smart contracts locally.
Create your frontend
To interact with smart contracts from your decentralized application we recommend to use our massa-web3 library.
You’ll find in the create-react-app-massa repo a React template that is compatible with our massa-web3 library.
You’ll find several examples of frontends developed using the massa-web3 library or in pure JS in our massa-sc-examples repository (blog, games).
massa-sc-examples is a collection of examples of Massa smart contracts
External resources is a collection of useful resources developed by external contributors.
You should be all set to start building on-top of Massa now. Good luck!
Thyra is a client developed by Massa that plays the role of a gateway to the Massa blockchain.
What is does and how to use it
To date, Thyra will enable you to store content, like a website, on the blockchain and assure its immutability as well as facilitate all the process.
To start using it, follow the steps provided here.
There are some limitations and workarounds that we have listed, have a look here