Learn how to install go-ethereum, or geth, to your computer to run a node on the Ethereum test or main network.
- [Instructor] Once you've developed…and tested your app locally using Truffle,…the next step is going to be…to install an Ethereum client.…What this is going to do is this is going…to run a node of Ethereum,…as well as the EVM on your machine,…and that way you can sync it up to a testnet…or the mainnet…and this is what's going to allow you…to migrate your smart contracts…to these different networks.…Probably the most popular Ethereum client is Go Ethereum,…otherwise called Geth.…To install Geth, there are a few different ways…that you can do this.…
My personal favorite is using a package manager.…I like to use Homebrew on macOS.…But you can also use PPAs on Ubuntu…or Chocolatey on Windows.…Additionally, if you want to,…you can download a standalone bundle,…you can run it inside of a docker container,…or you can even build your own from source code.…Keep in mind that even though it's written in Go,…you don't have to know the Go language to use it.…You're actually just running the server.…So it doesn't really matter what language it's written in.…
- How the Ethereum blockchain differs from bitcoin
- What smart contracts are and how they work
- Creating a smart contract from scratch in Solidity
- Using Truffle to test smart contracts
- Using web3.js to interact with the blockchain
- Deploying resources in Swarm
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Set Up
2. Introduction to DApps and Ethereum
3. Writing a Smart Contract
4. Building a DApp
5. Deploying to the Ethereum network
Deploying resources in Swarm3m 42s
Next steps1m 24s
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