Getting started with blockchain development doesn't need to be difficult.
If you’re just learning about blockchain or decentralized development you may have questions about some of the files in your DappStarter project and the way it’s organized That’s exactly what we’re going to explore in this post.
We teamed up with Flow to host a hands-on workshop for developers learning to work with Flow and Cadence, the programming language for the blockchain. In the workshop, TryCrypto co-founder Nik Kalyani walks through how to get started building a blockchain app on Flow.
In this post, we'll explore how the structure of accounts on the Ethereum blockchain and the Flow blockchain vary drastically. We'll also discuss how the Cadence programming language will facilitate development on the Flow blockchain.
Blockchain can be confusing for mainstream users. Following best practices to simplify the user experience boils down to effective communication with users and hiding unnecessary blockchain jargon.