Here we enumerate case scenarios, and point to where the documentation is present.
Integrating Contracts into a Web App
If you are developing a website (or a web-app), then you will be using
near-api-js to communicate with the blockchain. Go to the website for more information about it.
Command Line Interface
You can use NEAR CLI to automatize tasks from the command line such as:
- Creating sub-accounts
- Deploying contracts to them
- Calling initialization methods
Querying Post Hoc Information
The NEAR Indexer enables you to query information from a deployed contract such as:
- Which users called a specific method?
- How much money they attached?
- How much GAS was used?
It is very useful for analyzing scenarios that happened in the past.
Getting Real Time Information
If you want to track real time information from your contract, then you need the Events framework.