What can I do when I need server side rendering capability in my dApp? This starter is here to help.
forge-next-starter is based on the awesome
Built upon the application skeleton we got after running
create-react-app, dApps bootstrapped with this starter have several widely used react libraries integrated to make page composing easier:
- Next.js for crafting pages and SSR
- styled-components as styling solution
- @material-ui/core as component library
- react-router-dom for client side routing
- @arcblock/forge-sdk for read and write onchain data
Please note that next.js is embedded in an express server instance.
forge-next-starter can be start point for any forge powered dApp, you can built many blockchain powered apps, such as:
- Online store that sells digital assets and accept ABT as payments
- Online community application that authentication users through ABT Wallet
- Admin console for internal use that are protected by ABT Wallet
Here are the knowledge requirements to get you up to speed when using this starter blocklet:
- Basic react coding experience
- Basic knowledge of mongodb
- Basic knowledge of SSR and Next.js
And to get the starter blocklet up and running on first try, you should:
- A handy command line terminal
- Install latest version of forge-cli:
npm install -g @arcblock/forge-cli
- Spin up a forge-powered chain with forge-cli
- Have a running mongodb instance that the dApp can connects to
Besides, you need to have ABT Wallet installed to try out the application after bootstrapping.
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