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Typescript Solidity Dev Starter Kit

Updated to use Hardhat!

This is a starter kit for developing, testing, and deploying smart contracts with a full Typescript environment. This stack uses Hardhat as the platform layer to orchestrate all the tasks. Ethers is used for all Ethereum interactions and testing.

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Using this Project

Clone this repository, then install the dependencies with npm install. Build everything with npm run build. https://hardhat.org has excellent docs, and can be used as reference for extending this project.

Available Functionality

Build Contracts and Generate Typechain Typeings

npm run compile

Run Contract Tests & Get Callstacks

In one terminal run npx hardhat node

Then in another run npm run test

Notes:

  • As is, the tests fail on purpose. This is to show the Solidity stack traces that Buidler enables!
  • The gas usage table may be incomplete (the gas report currently needs to run with the --network localhost flag; see below).

Run Contract Tests and Generate Gas Usage Report

In one terminal run npx hardhat node

Then in another run npm run test -- --network localhost

Notes:

  • When running with this localhost option, you get a gas report but may not get good callstacks
  • See here for how to configure the gas usage report.

Run Coverage Report for Tests

npm run coverage

Notes:

  • running a coverage report currently deletes artifacts, so after each coverage run you will then need to run npx buidler clean followed by npm run build before re-running tests
  • the branch coverage is 75%

Deploy to Ethereum

Create/modify network config in hardhat.config.ts and add API key and private key, then run:

npx hardhat run --network rinkeby scripts/deploy.ts

Verify on Etherscan

Using the hardhat-etherscan plugin, add Etherscan API key to hardhat.config.ts, then run:

npx hardhat verify --network rinkeby <DEPLOYED ADDRESS>

PRs and feedback welcome!


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