In the previous section, you learned about Web3, the Web3 application architecture, and an overview of the NEAR Protocol. In this lesson, you’ll concentrate on mastering contract reading in order to get ready to build Web3 applications on NEAR in the following lessons. Let’s find out how those contracts manage money, property, identity, and ownership!
The goal of today’s lesson is to try to read as many smart contracts as you can. For each contract or project, ask the following questions:
You might not fully comprehend what you should do at this point. Where to start? No problem; LNC will show you how to read the most basic project. We begin with
GitHub project: https://github.com/near-examples/hello-near-js
Hello NEAR is a simple dApp used to store a greeting up close and visible to the user. The application consists of 2 main parts:
The structure of the project includes:
Go to file/contract/src/contract.ts
In the contract, there is a HelloNear class representing the smart contract:
Your task will be to read as many contracts as you can from the list below and then finish the final assignment.
Read the contracts in your favorite language, starting from the basic ones to the more advanced ones here: https://docs.near.org/tutorials/welcome
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