Truffle 3 – Ethereum DevOps using the Truffle Default Builder (Blockchain stack #4c)

This post will show you how to improve your Ethereum DevOps by using the Truffle Default Builder.  This builds on the previous tutorials showing you how to install and run Truffle and how to use the upgraded Truffle Ethereum Contract to abstract away some of the complexities. Install the Truffle Default Builder $ cd ~ $ […]

Truffle 3 – Using Truffle Contract (formerly EtherPudding) (Blockchain stack #4b)

This post shows you how to use Truffle Contract as part of the Truffle 3 framework.  It follows on from the previous post on Installing, deploying and running Truffle 3 on Ethereum. Install truffle-contract using NPM. cd ~ npm install truffle-contract Make a copy of the Apache directory created from the previous truffle post. $ cd /var/www/html/ $ cp […]

Truffle 3 – Installing, deploying and running on Ethereum (Blockchain stack #4)

Install Truffle 3 & make your first truffle project $ sudo npm install -g truffle $ mkdir myproject $ cd myproject $ truffle init Set the default account for truffle to use We are going to use the default files to test the compile, migration and test functions, further details can be found on Truffle’s website. Truffle […]

Your first Ethereum web page (Blockchain stack #3)

Building your first Ethereum web page I hope building your first Ethereum web page is going to be an exciting experience for you!  If you have been following the series, so far you should have built your first smart contract, installed Parity for the Ethereum blockchain node, done a fast syn with Ropsten testnet and have Geth console […]

Blockchain stack #1: Installing Ethereum Geth and your first smart contract

I’m writing a series of posts on the Blockchain Stack, giving simple but fully coded, step by step examples of how each of the element work both independently and collaboratively. This is the second post in the series (1st: Blockchain stack #0: Distributed stack vs LAMP) and will show you how to install Ethereum, mine […]

Blockchain stack #0: Introduction of distributed stack vs LAMP

I’m like a giddy school child that’s walked into a sweet shop and found £10 on the floor. Despite that not being worth as much money post-Brexit, I’m still excited! It feels like 1990 all over again when the internet was taking off and there was opportunity everywhere. Blockchain and AI is going to disrupt […]