ChainIDE Adds ERC-3525 Template
The Solv Protocol team delivers ERC-3525 template to ChainIDE, leading cloud-based IDE, where the new addition will make developing ERC-3525 SFT apps more efficiently and securely.
We are thrilled to announce the ERC-3525 tutorial and code template are now live on ChainIDE, the leading cloud-based multi-chain IDE!
Our partnership with ChainIDE will enable the community of ERC-3525 developers to deliver Semi-Fungible Token (SFT) apps even faster, and — now with ChainIDE’s full-suite service for debugging, testing, and deploying code— more securely.
What is a cloud-based IDE?
A cloud-based IDE (integrated development environment) allows developers to write, edit, and compile code directly in the browser without having to download software on their local devices. Cloud-based IDEs have several advantages over traditional, locally hosted IDEs, including a more standardized development environment, less platform-dependent, and overall better performance.
ChainIDE combines the simplicity of a source code editor with powerful developer tooling, like IntelliSense code completion and debugging. It also allows Web3 developers to switch to different smart chains with only one click, and supports multi-chain online IDE development environments, from Facebook Diem, Ethereum, BNB Chain, Conflux, Dfinity, Nervos, Polygon, to Flow, Chain 33, AntFinancial OpenChain, FISCO BCOS, IOST, and Filoop.
Since its launch, ChainIDE has empowered developers from over 120 countries and regions to create and compile over 3.5 million contracts.
For full details on the benefits of using ChainIDE to code, read this documentation.
Developing ERC-3525 software on ChainIDE
Now, let’s proceed to develop ERC-3525 software on ChainIDE. Get started in three simple steps, thanks to ChainIDE’s straightforward UI.
Step 1: Start a New Project
Go to https://chainide.com/s/dashboard/projects. Then, start a New Project.
Step 2: ERC-3525 Showcase
Scroll down the page to find “ERC-3525 Showcase,” the template for developing ERC-3525 software.
Step 3: Start coding!
Like in any IDE, use Output, Console, and Terminal to test, view, and manage the code. The ERC-3525 development tutorial, license, and testERC-3525.sol are readily available to put programmers on right track.
· Ready to try ChainIDE? Visit https://chainide.com/s/dashboard/projects to explore more (no login needed).
· Are you a developer interested in writing an ERC-3525 use case but not sure know where to start? We have just a thing for you: check out this Starter Kit.
· Would like to learn more about ERC-3525 Semi-Fungible Token? Visit sftlabs.io.
ChainIDE is a cloud-based IDE for creating decentralized applications to deploy on blockchains such as Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Conflux, Nervos, Dfinity, Flow, Aptos, etc.
ChainIDE is a powerful open-source cloud-based IDE that helps you write smart contracts in different programming languages and deploy them to other blockchains. It has modules for writing, compiling, debugging, testing, deploying a smart contract, and much more.
About Solv Protocol
Solv Protocol is a decentralized marketplace for issuing and trading SFTs.
Featured assets on Solv include Vesting Voucher, an allocation management fundraising tool, Convertible Voucher, a structured product allowing DAOs to leverage native tokens for liquidity, Bond Voucher, a battle-test on-chain debt instrument that helps crypto institutions tap into debt capital markets, and Dream Voucher, a lightweight solution for untokenized projects to bootstrap communities.
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