Solidity starter (beta)
Solidity starter (beta)
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Published on Oct 14, 2021Made with Nix (beta)Forked from tangert/NixNodeSolc-1

This is a beta environment for deploying solidity smart contracts.

Features include:

  • hot reloading

  • solidity error checking

  • deploying multiple contracts

  • UI for testing out contracts

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MichaelCohenEth
MichaelCohenEth5 days ago

How do I import contracts from the examples folder to the contract.sol contract? I want to avoid having to move them all out of that folder if possible

ZipRat
ZipRat1 month ago

Is there a way to view transactions on the Replit Testnet (like etherscan) ? I can see transactions going through successfully but it's hard to do things like debug the NFT example contract without being able to easily see the outputs.

9pfs
9pfs1 month ago

Wow.

ebnth-zorea
ebnth-zorea2 months ago

can't seem to get Metamask detected

ZipRat
ZipRat2 months ago

Just wanted to say how amazing this is! I was literally looking at replit last week to see if you had solidity support. This is better than I could have imagined. Other tools are so difficult to setup but this just works. Thank you.

BidhanRoy1
BidhanRoy12 months ago

This is awesome!

ksmith-cb
ksmith-cb2 months ago

This is awesome! I think this replaces Remix for me when it comes to small proofs-of-concept. What would make this even better:

  1. Visual differentiation between multiple deployed instances of the same contract

  2. An in-memory EVM (like @ethereumjs/vm) that would get rid of the need to connect a browser wallet or wait for confirmation

  3. A list/view of transactions with links to an explorer (for ropsten), gas used, etc

EliMernit
EliMernit2 months ago

f

stevennevins1
stevennevins12 months ago

burner wallet support would be a nice to have + unit tests :)

chalcidfly
chalcidfly2 months ago

Would be nice to have a way to disconnect my wallet without flushing browser cache/cookies -- I accidentally connected mainnet at first.

chalcidfly
chalcidfly2 months ago

Not related to solidity -- ctrl-F doesn't work on lines out of the scroll view unless the code pane is in focus.

amasad
amasad2 months ago

sick