Ethereum Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) to learn, build and deploy decentralized apps (DApps) for Ethereum. It's a full browser experience which requires no installations to run.
Ethereum Studio has a built in Solidity compiler and Ethereum Virtual Machine. It also works with local and public networks.
To try it out, go to studio.ethereum.org.
Below is described how to get the Ethereum Studio project setup and running locally.
npx lerna bootstrap --hoist
http://localhost:3000. Note that if you use any other hostname/IP than
localhost, then instead run update 'ORIGIN' value in 'env.development', this is important so that the iframes can communicate with the main window.
npm run build
The dist files will be inside
./dist. Note that the this command uses production version of ".env" file, so in order to test it locally please create a ".env.local" with proper ORIGIN variable value prior to build.
Set the new version both in
app.js and in
Run this script to fix that for you:
Consider double-checking and updating the
CHANGELOG to reflect the changes. Tag the new version.
Templates are now located inside
./packages/editor/templates folder. After you modify those files and want to see changes you need to run
generate-templates.js script inside
Contributions are welcome. Please, visit the Wiki for a guide on How to Contribute.
Ethereum Studio is free software and GPLv3 licensed. See the COPYING file for details.