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Introduction to Drizzle | Ethereum Dapp Tutorial with Drizzle (Beginner)



On this video I’m going to introduce you Drizzle and we’ll construct an Ethereum Dapp with it and React. Drizzle is a good framework however it may be a bit onerous to perceive for learners, and it has a few outdated tutorials / docs. On this video, I’ll clarify you in a easy approach the way it works, and let you know the caveats to keep away from when studying some outdated docs. We are going to cowl the next subjects:

* What’s Drizzle?
* When do you want it?
* What are the integrations with different frameworks?
* What are its elements?
* The way it work?
* Dapp tutorial with Drizzle

We are going to cowl the next npm packages:

* drizzle
* drizzle-react
* drizzle-react-components

Drizzle is a frontend framework for Ethereum Dapp. It was created by the workforce of Truffle and it’s the preferred library for creating Ethereum Dapp. It was primarily designed for React, however you can too use it with different frontend frameworks like Vue or Angular.

It makes use of Redux and Saga to hold your native state in sync with your sensible contract. After getting configured Drizzle correctly you’ll have entry to a redux state that has the outcomes of the calls to perform of your sensible contract. You may merely join your React elements to this state and simply hold your frontend in sync with your sensible contract.

The troublesome half in Drizzle is in understanding how to configure it. This may be significantly simplified by utilizing the drizzle-react-components package deal. On this video I present you to try this , and lots of different insights 🙂

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10 comments

  1. The best video, very helpful and also very well explained. Thank you and keep up with the good work

  2. wonderfull tutorial……..Thumbs up!!!!
    Would love to have access to the advanced drizzle tutorials but i cant seem to enroll 🙁

  3. Really helpful, actually one of the first videos I found to be making any sense 😛

  4. Hi Juliem, Nice video-tutorial. Thank for the demo. I'm interested too in entering as a pro to eattheblocks to see the whole course of drizzle.

  5. not very realte but which plugin did you use for those react syntax highlight in vim, those syntax highlight is good

  6. Very helping tutorial 🙂
    I need some help. I have a payable function without any arguments in my contract. I want the user to enter the amount of ether he/she wants to send to my contract. The problem is, drizzle-react-component's "ContractForm" not showing any input area to let the user enter the amount of ether. Can you tell me how to do it?

  7. It is only showing Loading Dapp

  8. I followed the code exactly in this video but inside app.js I am getting an error saying "Could not find a declaration file for module 'drizzle-react'." on line import { DrizzleProvider } from 'drizzle-react'. I googled a lot on this but could get this through, Please help.

  9. Liked video and thanks for posting. I ran into a problem tho – when I put in the <LoadingContainer> (App.js) my page is now stuck on a message that says "Loading dapp…". When I go to the console here is the error:
    "index.js:1375 Contract Storage not found on network ID: 42" || network ID:42 is Kovan (MetaMask) correct? How can I change that? My head hurts 🙁