• There is no template / npm package for the contract deployment on 5ire testnet network.
  • In the docs, all demoes are to connect with remix ide for the deployment.

What it does

  • Created a full-stack application that involves Solidity smart contracts can be a daunting task, especially for beginners. Fortunately, a starter template can simplify the process and save you time by providing the necessary components and configurations. In this case, a starter template with React and Hardhat is a great option.
  • The starter template includes several pre-installed packages, including Hardhat for smart contract development, Tailwind CSS for styling, and web3.js for interacting with the Ethereum network. This allows developers to quickly set up a development environment for building decentralized applications. Moreover, the template is configured to deploy and test Solidity smart contracts on the 5ire testnet network.
  • Overall, the full-stack starter template with React and Hardhat is an excellent choice for developers who want to get started with Solidity smart contract development quickly and efficiently. It provides a solid foundation for building decentralized applications while also offering the flexibility to customize and extend the codebase to fit your specific needs

Tech Stacks

  • Hardhat for Contract Deployment
  • React as Frontend
  • Metamask SDK
  • Metamask API

Challenges we ran into

  • After a batch of failure for deployment and testing contract , i completed that.

What's next for npm create 5ire dapp

  • Contract Verification

For use deployment

Built With

  • 5ire
  • create-5ire-dapp
  • dev-tooling
  • npm
  • tool
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