Complete Web3js Library (Ethereum) Course

Complete Web3js Library (Ethereum) Course

File Name: Complete Web3js Library (Ethereum) Course
Content Source: https://www.udemy.com/course/web3js-library-ethereum-course
Genre / Category: Other Tutorials
File Size : 546MB
Publisher: udemy
Updated and Published: July 18, 2022
Product Details

What you’ll learn: 

What is Ethereum?

What is web3 .js library?

Interacting with Blockchain(Ganache)

Interacting with Smart Contract

Using browser to interact with smart contract

Generation of ABI and Byte Code using web3js

Deployment of Smart Contract


some existing knowledge of ethereum dApp development will help, but not compulsory

some solidity knowledge will help

Logical thinking ability is a minimum requirement for any programming or coding related skills

good knowledge of blockchain, dApps, ethereum, etc will be helpful

Anyone can take this course, it’s for beginners to advanced

Basic mathematics/math knowledge is a minimum requirement for any programming/coding related skills

You need internet access for the practical part of this course


What is Etherum ?

Ethereum is an open source, globally decentralized computing infrastructure that executes programs called smart contracts. It uses a blockchain to synchronize and store the system’s state changes, along with a cryptocurrency called ether to meter and constrain execution resource costs.

The Ethereum platform enables developers to build powerful decentralized applications with built-in economic functions. While providing high availability, auditability, transparency and neutrality, it also reduces or eliminates censorship, and reduces certain counterparty risks.

What is a smart contract ?

The term smart contract has been used over the years to describe a wide variety of different things. In the 1990s, cryptographer Nick Szabo coined the term and defined it as “a set of promises, specified in digital form, including protocols within which the parties perform on the other promises”. Since then, the concept of smart contracts has evolved, especially after the introduction of decentralized blockchain platforms with the invention of Bitcoin in 2009. In the context of Ethereum, the term is actually a bit of a misnomer, given that Ethereum smart contracts are neither smart nor legal contracts, but the term has stuck. In this book, we use the term “smart contract” to refer to immutable computer programs that run deterministically in the context of an Ethereum Virtual Machine as part of the Ethereum network protocol, i.e. on the decentralized Ethereum world computer.

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