Recently, the growth of blockchain and the entire ecosystem surrounding web3 has been phenomenal and rapid. As a result of the growing ecosystem, we now have several Web3 blockchain development platforms that do everything from idea support to mass-scaling dApps.
These development platforms have enabled developers and businesses to concentrate on experience and execution rather than heavy lifting. In this article, we will look at some of the most popular and influential Web3 development platforms for starters.
Moralis serves as a managed backend for blockchain projects, automatically syncing your users’ balances into the database and allowing you to set up on-chain alerts, monitor smart contract events, build indexes, and much more.
Moralis is one of the quickest ways to build and deploy decentralized applications (dApps) on ethereum, BSC, Polygon, and Solana. DApps deployed on Moralis are by default cross-chain. Building on Moralis, for example, ensures that your dApp is future-proof. Even if new blockchains are created, existing dApps will work on any chain immediately. Any dApp typically has two components:
On-chain part: This includes smart contracts, on-chain assets such as tokens and NFTs, on-chain transactions, and so on.
Off-chain part: This is the backend infrastructure that collects data from the blockchain and provides an API to clients. For example, web apps and mobile apps index the blockchain, provide real-time alerts, coordinate events occurring on different chains, manage the user’s life-cycle, and much more.
Moralis servers are used to accelerate the off-chain implementation. It offers a bundled solution with all the features that most dApps require getting started as soon as possible. A typical Moralis server dashboard looks like this and contains the following information:
- Network: Network traffic per second
- CPU: Server’s CPU Usage
- RAM: Server’s RAM Usage
- DISK: Server’s Disk Usage
Alchemy Web3 is a Web3.js wrapper that provides enhanced API methods. Alchemy’s main benefits are as follows:
- Automatic rate limit retries.
- Upgraded WebSockets that do not miss events when the WebSocket is reconnected.
- Seamless provider handling in which most requests are routed through Alchemy. But this requests involving signing and sending transactions are routed through a browser provider such as Metamask or Trust Wallet if the user has them installed, or through a custom provider specified in options.
Superfluid is a new DeFi Primitive that allows tokens to flow seamlessly on Ethereum to automate recurring transactions. It supports a wide range of functions, including money streaming, one-transaction reward distributions, smart contract callbacks, a user level batch-call system, and a dApp SDK. Let us take a look at some of its features:
Money Streaming: Sends an infinite number of streams without locking your tokens in advance, and the stream will continue to flow until you stop it or run out of funds. The tokens will be delivered directly to the recipient’s wallet, with no need for a withdrawal.
Instant Distribution: This means that rewards are distributed in a single transaction from a single wallet to thousands of recipients.
Graph is an indexing protocol for querying networks such as Ethereum and IPFS, and anyone can use it to create and publish open APIs known as subgraphs, which make data more accessible. In practice, this accomplishes for Web3 what Google accomplishes for the existing internet. It consists of two products:
Graph Explorer allows us to search existing subgraphs on blockchain networks such as Ethereum and IPFS.
Subgraphs that have been deployed. We can use them to look for subgraphs and their information.
This data contains network, query url, subgraph id, what it is, domain url, github url, query fees, and so on. The presence of a signal button indicates that indexing of this subgraph is important.
For any query operations, we must first create an API key using the Manage API Keys link, and then read through their documentation.
Subgraph Studio assists us in the development of Subgraphs, which are Open APIs built on top of blockchain data.
You can use Studio to create your own Subgraphs or Open API for querying blockchain data. Consider an NFT API!
These are some of the many Web3 development platforms that have grown in popularity due to the numerous benefits that they provide. I hope this article helps you with your Web3 startup business. If you have any further questions, you can contact Satom Venture Studio via email address: mail: email@example.com