What is etherlime?¶
etherlime is an ethereum development and deployment framework based on ethers.js.
This framework provides alternative to the other web3.js based frameworks and allows for ultimate control by the developer. It also adds much needed verboseness in the deployment process so that you can be aware of what is really going on (as opposed to the general shooting in the dark technique).
This framework was born out of necessity, hardships and trouble in the development and deployment of ethereum smart contracts. We are trying to ease the pain of deployment, compilation and unit testing and add much needed stability to the process. In our mind ethers is much more stable alternative than web3.js for the moment therefore this framework is born.
Etherlime can be used as library and/or command line tool. The command line tools give you great boosts but you can skip them fully and use plain old node.js including the etherlime library.
- [Ready] Being able to deploy compiled contracts on local and infura nodes <—- Done
- [Ready] Being able to compile contracts to the desired formats for deployment <—- Done
- [Ready] Being able to run unit tests on the compiled contracts <—- Done
- [Ready] Being able to run unit tests with code coverage <—- Done
- [Ready] Being able to debug transactions <—- Done
- [Not Ready] Being able to verify contracts <—- Next
- Quick Start
- Etherlime Library API
- Etherlime CLI
- Installing & Help
- etherlime init
- etherlime ganache
- etherlime compile
- etherlime deploy
- etherlime history
- etherlime test
- etherlime coverage
- etherlime debug
- etherlime shape
- etherlime flatten
- etherlime ide
- etherlime zk
- Migration from Truffle to Etherlime
Completely MIT Licensed. Including ALL dependencies.