Introducing the Algorand Metrics Dashboard
Explore the Algorand Metrics site which measures the current scale, speed, decentralization, and adoption of the open source Algorand protocol.
Making Development Easier with AlgoDEA IntelliJ Plugin
AlgoDEA IntelliJ plugin provides end to end development life-cycle on Algorand blockchain using IntelliJ IDE. Using this plugin, developers can create and test both stateless and stateful smart contracts directly from their IntelliJ IDE. Some of the other key features supported by this plugin are editor support for TEAL & PyTeal files, ASA management, Atomic Transfers, Test account management. The goal of this plugin is to increase developer productivity by simplifying various interactions with Algorand blockchain. Due to simple consistent development workflow in the IDE, developers can iterate faster during development stage.
Using Assets and Smart Contracts in Real Estate
Blockchain enables disruptive innovation within the real estate industry. This tutorial series explains the basics and creates an NFT to represent a property.
Introducing AlertHub to Monitor Your Algorand Accounts
AlertHub allows developers to enable monitoring and real-time alerting on Algorand accounts.
Introducing Algorand Builder
Algorand Builder is a trustworthy framework for building Algorand DApps. We make building and shipping DApps easy.
Sharing Global State Across Contracts
This article explains how one contract can read another's global state.
From Algos to ASAs
This guide maps core technical concepts related to the Algo to Algorand Standard Assets, which is Algorand's Layer-1 implementation for third-party fungible and non-fungible tokens.
Encode Algorand Club Recap
Recap of the Encode Algorand Club pre-accelerator and describes the projects built by each participating team.
Introducing the Algorand Developer Portal in Simplified Chinese
The Algorand Developer Portal is now available in Simplified Chinese.
Intro to Algorand Studio & Algorand VS Code Extension
This article introduces two developer tools by Obsidian Labs. The first is their Algorand Studio project and the second is their VS Code Extension. Both tools are used to work with Algorand and make building and testing transactions and smart contracts easier. Additionally, both can be used to run an Algorand node.
Introducing Sandbox 2.0
Algorand Sandbox 2.0 is focused on developers and now deploys a containerized private network with an indexer by default. All APIs are exposed to localhost; sending and searching for transaction has never been easier.
Making Development Easier with Algorand IDE Playground
The RockX IDE Playground for Algorand allows developers to try out many protocol features within a Web IDE.