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Frontend tools for Blockchain Developers

The blockchain is definitely an exciting technology. It's complex but very powerful. Don't think only to cryptocurrencies. Blockchain can be used for many other projects! Here I want to have some ideas about the tool we can use to build innovative and amazing applications with small efforts. No more talking then. Let's start!

Truffle framework

The most popular Ethereum development framework

Truffle is a development environment, testing framework and asset pipeline for Ethereum, aiming to make life as an Ethereum developer easier.

Truffle is easy to learn, it has a very good documentation and it offers additional tools like Ganache and Drizzle to help any developer to work. You cannot ask more. Highly recommended for frontend and blockchain developers.


Personal blockchain for Ethereum development

Ganache is your personal blockchain for Ethereum development.


Reactive Ethereum datastore for dapp UIs

Drizzle is a collection of front-end libraries that make writing dapp frontends easier and more predictable. The core of Drizzle is based on a Redux store, so you have access to the spectacular development tools around Redux.

React JS

A JavaScript library for building user interfaces

React JS is a library, not a framework like Angular. Its simplicity helps the developer to add some dependencies to a NodeJS project and start to build amazing applications with the right effort.

Embark framework

Build Powerful DApps Easily

Embark is a development framework for building decentralized applications. It provides a set of tools for building, testing, and deploying Dapps, including a built-in contract compiler and testing framework.

Web3 JS

Ethereum JavaScript API

The Ethereum-compatible JavaScript API implements the Generic JSON RPC spec. It's available on npm as a node module, for bower and component as an embeddable js, and as a meteor.js package.
Web3.js is a library for working with the Ethereum blockchain using JavaScript. It provides a set of APIs that you can use to build Dapps, including APIs for interacting with smart contracts and the Ethereum blockchain.