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Introduction to Smart Contracts with Ethereum and Solidity

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Overview

Smart Contracts are programs stored on the blockchain that run when certain conditions are fulfilled.
These Smart Contracts have many benefits to them such as speed, transparency, and security. The contract is immediately run as soon as the requirements are fulfilled. All parties involved are privy to the contract's conditions and have access to the encrypted records. Plus, since the records are encrypted, it makes them more resistant to hacking.
Noah will show you how to write, test, and deploy smart contracts on Ethereum, using the popular smart contract language, Solidity. You'll also learn how to use Foundry, a popular dev-toolbelt, to streamline our whole development process.
Throughout this course, you'll learn how to:
safely and securely set up Smart Contracts
write and read data on your Smart Contract
send transactions with specific arguments to your Smart Contract
deploy your Smart Contract using Forge and QuickNode
And more!

Syllabus

  • Introduction to Introduction to Smart Contracts with Ethereum and Solidity
  • Install and Initialize a Foundry Application
  • Write a Smart Contract in Solidity
  • Set Up and Test a Smart Contract in Solidity
  • Test a Smart Contract in Solidity with Constrained and Fuzzed Inputs
  • Identify Anti-patterns within Smart Contract Testing
  • Start a Local Blockchain With Anvil
  • Deploy Your Smart Contract to Anvil
  • Inspect Your Contract's ABI
  • Read Data From Your Smart Contract On Anvil using Cast
  • Write Data To Your Smart Contract On Anvil using Cast
  • Send a Transaction With Arguments To Your Smart Contract On Anvil using Cast
  • Install MetaMask to Use as a Test Network to Store Sensitive Information
  • Use Ropsten as a Test Faucet
  • Deploy To Ropsten using Forge and QuickNode
  • Interact With Your Smart Contract On Ropsten

Taught by

Noah Hein

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