Ethereum for .NET developers
Use Ethereum to create decentralized applications (or "dapps") that utilize the benefits of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. These dapps can be trustworthy, meaning that once they are deployed to Ethereum, they will always run as programmed. They can control digital assets in order to create new kinds of financial applications. They can be decentralized, meaning that no single entity or person controls them and are nearly impossible to censor.
Build decentralized applications on top of Ethereum and interact with smart contracts using tools and languages from the Microsoft technology stack - Supporting C#, # Visual Basic .NET, F#, on tooling such as VSCode and Visual Studio, across .NET Framework/.NET Core/.NET Standard. Deploy an Ethereum blockchain on Azure using Microsoft Azure Blockchain in minutes. Bring the love of .NET to Ethereum!
Take your first steps to integrating .NET with Ethereum
- Blockchain Explained
- Understanding Smart Contracts
- Write your First Smart Contract
- Learn How to Compile and Deploy Solidity
Introducing the Nethereum library and VS Code Solidity
- Nethereum, Getting Started
- Installing VS Code Solidity
- A .NET Developer’s Workflow for Creating and Calling Ethereum Smart Contracts
- Smart contracts integration with Nethereum
- Interfacing .NET and Ethereum Blockchain Smart Contracts with Nethereum, also in 中文版
- Nethereum - An open source .NET integration library for blockchain
- Writing Ethereum Transactions to SQL Database Using Nethereum
- See how to easily deploy Ethereum smart contracts using C# and VisualStudio
Want to skip setup for now, and jump straight to the samples?
- Playground - Interact with Ethereum and learn how to use Nethereum through the browser.
- Nethereum Workbook/Sample List
- Deploy Your Own Development Testchains
- VSCode Codegen Plugin for Solidity
- Unity and Ethereum: Why and How
- Create ASP.NET Core Web API for Ethereum dapps
- Using Nethereum Web3 to Implement a Supply Chain Tracking System
- Nethereum Block Processing, with C# Playground sample
- Nethereum Websocket Streaming
- Kaleido and Nethereum
- Quorum and Nethereum
- Nethereum Playground - Compile, create, and run Nethereum code snippets in browser
- Nethereum Codegen Blazor - Nethereum codegen with UI in Blazor
- Nethereum Blazor - A .NET Wasm SPA light blockchain explorer and simple wallet
- Wonka Business Rules Engine - A business rules engine (for both the .NET platform and the Ethereum platform) that is inherently metadata-driven
- Nethermind - A .NET Core Ethereum client for Linux, Windows, MacOs
- eth-utils - utility functions for working with Ethereum related codebases
- TestChains - Pre-configured .NET devchains for fast response (PoA)
Looking for more resources? Check out ethereum.org/developers.
At Nethereum, we mostly hang out on Gitter where everyone is welcome to ask/answer questions, get help, or just chill. Feel free to do a PR or open an issue on the Nethereum GitHub repository, or just to browse through the many side/sample projects we have. You can also find us on Discord!
If you are new to Nethermind and need help getting started, join our Discord. Our developers are on hand to answer your questions. Don't hesitate to open a PR or raise any issues on the Nethermind GitHub repository.
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