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Promaja posted a topic in OtherA Beginner's Journey to Ethereum's Smart Contracts: Engineering Smart Contracts and DApps in Solidity and Web3.Js by Mr. Peter Namisiko Wanjala PNW English | 19 Apr. 2018 | ISBN: 1980877289 | 189 Pages | MOBI | 1.48 MB The potentials of Ethereum smart contracts-powered by the ubiquitous Blockchain technology-has been the subject of raging debate in recent times. Pundits have long held the argument that smart contracts hold the promise of curing hurdles associated with financial contracts, banking transactions, e-commerce, logistics, supply chain and legal contracts. It is no secret that reliance on classical contracts-which uses physical documents-has led to delays in transactions, inefficiencies, and exposures to fraudulent activities. Employing smart contracts can help companies lower administration costs, reduce risks, and promote efficient business operations across multiple sectors of the economy. However, to appreciate these benefits and develop better smart contracts, developers have understood how to use the technologies to engineer Blockchain projects. This book provides a big picture view of engineering Ethereum smart contracts. It delves deeper to explore how Solidity and Web3.Js can be used to build enterprise-level smart contracts and DApps. The book has been structured into 10 chapters as follows: •Chapter 1: Overview of Blockchain and smart contracts. It explores the basic concepts about Blockchain, cryptography, smart contracts, and DApps to provide you with a solid understanding on what is required to start creating smart contracts. •Chapter 2: Smart Contracts with Web3.Js. It introduces you to Web3.Js and how you can use it to start building smart contracts. •Chapter 3: Smart Contracts Events with Web3.Js. You will learn all the basics of applying smart contract events in Web3.Js. •Chapter 4: Functions, mappings, and structs. It explores the Solidity's functions, mappings and structs and how to use them to enhance the development of smart contracts. •Chapter 5: Inheritance and Deployment. It examines how smart contracts can be inherited and deployed on the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). •Chapter 6: Embark Framework. It examines the Embark framework and how it can fast-track the development and deployment of smart contracts on EVM. •Chapter 7: Testing Smart Contracts. It explores how smart contracts can be tested in different environments. •Chapter 8: Contracts Management with Factories. It examines how factories can be used to manage multiple smart contracts. •Chapter 9: IPFS and Web Hosting. It introduces the Interplanetary File System protocol and how it can be leveraged to host smart contracts. •Chapter 10: End-to-end Development of DApps. It summarizes the various steps involved in the development of DApps. Ultimately, the focus of this book is an exploration of all aspects of smart contracts and DApps that you need to know for you to start creating Ethereum-based Blockchain projects. Let's get started. http://nitroflare.com/view/FCDC55B8DF3C3FE/B07CHMRC96_EBOK_-_Unknown.mobi https://rapidgator.net/file/6189129eed36044c8cfd3896664e1c7d/B07CHMRC96_EBOK_-_Unknown.mobi.html
Building Games with Ethereum Smart Contracts: Intermediate Projects for Solidity Developers By Kedar Iyer English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 281 Pages | ISBN : 148423491X | 5.06 MB Learn how to take your existing knowledge of Ethereum and Solidity to the next level. Hone your development skills and become more familiar with the syntax of the Solidity language by working through well-tested, well-documented intermediate-level sample projects. You will begin by covering the basics of Ethereum, Solidity, and gaming theory. From there, you will move onto sample projects that use smart contract engineering to create fun casino-style games that you can deploy and test on your friends and colleagues with real ether. All games are provably fair and auditable, so that players know the house won't always win! Ideal for any reader with exposure to Ethereum, the techniques this book teaches are applicable to game developers, software engineers, web developers, and cryptocurrency enthusiasts. What You'll Learn Use various features and best practices for smart contract programming in Ethereum and Solidity Develop and deploy games of chance, similar to the kind you'd find in a casino Create fun, easy projects with Ethereum lntegrate the Ethereum blockchain into games Who This Book Is For Entry-level programmers with some exposure to Ethereum; game developers, Blockchain and cryptocurrency enthusiasts looking to add Ethereum and Solidity development to their skill set; software engineers and Web developers http://nitroflare.com/view/D5F8538B53A0ACE/148423491X.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/bb71f72afe271c3fe36332903d0e76b0/148423491X.rar.html