Web3 complete starter kit — developer tools you need to learn Web3 and Solidity development

Web3 development is nothing like the traditional development environment. From the tools you use to the broader approach to learning Solidity and Web3 development, this article lists some of the things you will definitely need as a Web3 developer.

A Reliable Solidity IDE

  • Snippets
  • Compilation
  • Code completion for all contracts / libraries in the current file and all referenced imports
  • Default project structure (solidity files needs to be in the src directory, and libraries in the lib directory). Libraries will follow the same structure.
  • Support for different solidity versions (Remote and local)

A Web3/Smart Contract Developer Framework

pip install eth-brownie

brownie help

A Hosted Node provider

A GitHub Account

npm

 

Bonus — Web3 documentation you might need:

 

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