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A how to guide on set up AlgoSearch using Docker compose
Milestone Dapp Built with Pyteal
We will build a decentralized milestone based application using pyteal and Python. PyTeal is used to write the smart contracts whereas interacting with them is done via Python using the `py-algorand-sdk`.
Create a Node on Azure & Sign Transactions with Azure Key Vault and Python
In this tutorial, you will learn how to deploy an Azure Linux Virtual Machine and install an Algorand node on it. This tutorial will also go over how to sign a Transaction with Azure KeyVault.
Building and Deploying a Decentralised Voting System with PyTeal and React
A step by step tutorial on how to create a decentralized voting system.
Song Vote on Algorand - Create and deploy a fully functioning Dapp
Create and deploy dApp to vote on songs (or other things) on the Algorand test network. By the end you will have a good understanding of the full development pipeline on Algorand!
Understanding the TEAL Opcode Budget
This guide gives a high-level overview of TEAL's opcode budget system, as well as a method to (finitely) increase it.
Sending Rewards to ICO Investors Using Batch Transactions in Python
In the early stages of their project, ASA creators are supported by the contributions of early investors. In this tutorial, we will look at how you can obtain all the transactions that have been made to your wallet and reward donors with your token.
Royalty Fees in Algorand Using PyTeal
This is a short tutorial that explains how to implement Royalty Fees using Inner Transactions and Teal v5 capabilities in Algorand.
Verify identity using a credential network
Build and test a smart contract in which accounts vouch for one-anther's credentials to establish a network of trust.
Voting using Choice Coin and Algorand Python SDK
A map to building decision software on Algorand
Creating a License Manager Contract utilizing PyTEAL and Inner Transactions
This tutorial will introduce the reader to using Inner Transactions in PyTEAL using an example scenario: A License Manager Contract
Track 65,000 Tickets - Arrays in Algorand
Learn how to create, update and read arrays in Algorand. We will utilize key-value pairs, bytes, and bits to persistently store almost 65,000 elements in a single smart contract.