Decentralized Two-Factor Authentication With Algorand Standard Assets
Sample code for creating a basic two-factor authentication system with Algorand Standard Assets.
Creating a Point-of-Sale Application with the Algorand Blockchain
We show how to use Algorand’s blockchain to create an alternative payment solution for processing retail transactions. The solution demonstrates a point-of-sale application and a signing wallet.
Creating a CrowdFunding Application with the Algorand Blockchain
This solutions article describes the implementation of a next-generation crowdfunding Application using the Algorand Blockchain.
Example Digital Exchange Smart Contract Application
This solution presents a very simple DEX application using stateless and stateful smart contracts. It allows users to place limit orders that are fulfilled at a later time by another party.
Reach - The Easiest and Safest way to Build DApps
Blockchain development is hard. Existing tooling is complex, time-consuming to use and not robust against common programming oversights. Reach is fundamentally changing the way blockchain developers approach their craft, safely, efficiently and with formal proofs.
Securely share files on Algorand with IPFS
Algorand-IPFS integrations allows decentralized applications access to secure digital content.
Intermediate · 15 minutes or less
Adding Transaction Capabilities to a dApp Using AlgoSigner
AlgoSigner is a blockchain wallet that makes it easy to use Algorand-based applications on the web. In this tutorial, you will learn how to integrate AlgoSigner into your decentralized application.
Algorand Atomic Transfers
A conceptual overview of Algorand Atomic Transfers for developers.
Getting Started with Assets
Creating an asset is simply a type of transaction on Algorand. There is no contract code required. Here are five ways to get started developing with Algorand Standard Assets.
TEAL ALGO Oracle in Algorand Layer-1
In a blockchain, the ability to reference a price on-chain enables a seamless and trustless transaction environment, especially for automated transactions and smart contracts. Oracles are the entities in charge of broadcasting off-chain data such as market price to the blockchain, and serve as a source of truth that allows on-chain dApps to measure the value of assets referenced within a transaction. Rand Labs and Borderless Capital releases a Algorand Oracle that can be referenced in atomic transfers using TEAL stateful and stateless smart contracts.
SDK Updates: Deploying Stateful Smart Contracts
Guided tour of SDK documentation focusing on stateful smart contract application development. Links to resources covering the basics thru building complete solutions.
Intermediate · 1 hour
Participate in Consensus from Ledger Nano S/X
In this tutorial, we show how to participate in consensus from an account stored in a Ledger Nano S or X. By participating in consensus, you help decentralize the network.
Automating with the Mule Framework
Mule is a generalized automation framework for organizing the execution of defined automation in a declarative yaml format.