Breaking Barriers in Web3 Development: New React Hooks of TransactionKit

<strong>Breaking Barriers in Web3 Development: New React Hooks of TransactionKit</strong>

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May 30, 2023

As the world embraces decentralized technologies, developers are at the forefront of creating innovative and secure blockchain applications. However, working with Web3 technologies can sometimes be complex and time-consuming. That's where Etherspot's TransactionKit comes in. Etherspot TransactionKit is a React Library for Web3 and also Web2 developers that ensures fast and simple Web3 development.

We are thrilled to announce that the team has implemented additional TransactionKit React hooks which are designed to make Web3 development even more efficient and seamless. Let’s dive in and explore the latest enhancements that are sure to improve your dApp development workflow.

New Features for Enhanced dApp Functionality

Any React developer, even without deep blockchain knowledge, can incorporate Etherspot’s TransactionKit into their code to gain access to a number of out-of-the-box features. Let’s take a closer look at the new React hooks available in the latest version of TransactionKit:

1. useEtherspotBalances()

The useEtherspotBalances() hook is a valuable addition that allows developers to effortlessly fetch balances for any Etherspot Smart Wallet address. Whether you need to display account balances or perform specific actions based on available funds, this hook streamlines the process. 

2. useEtherspotNfts()

The useEtherspotNfts() hook opens up exciting possibilities by enabling developers to retrieve a list of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) associated with any address on supported blockchains. This hook simplifies the integration of NFT functionality within dApps, such as displaying owned NFTs or performing actions related to specific tokens. 


3. useEtherspotAssets()

The useEtherspotAssets() hook provides developers with a predefined list of popular tokens on every supported blockchain network. By offering this feature, Etherspot simplifies the integration of various tokens into your dApp.


4. useEtherspotHistory()

The useEtherspotHistory() hook equips developers with the ability to fetch historical transactions for their own or other Etherspot accounts. This functionality is essential for building transaction histories, displaying recent activity, or even creating advanced analytics. 


All Etherspot TransactionKit React hooks and implementation guides can be found here

By leveraging the power of the TransactionKit’s React hooks, developers can save valuable time and effort in integrating essential functionalities into their dApps. Watch the TransactionKit demo here and stay tuned for future updates! 

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