Easy Web3 Coding: The Ultimate Tool You Need For DApp Development — TransactionKit

Easy Web3 Coding: The Ultimate Tool You Need For DApp Development — TransactionKit

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May 31, 2024

As the Web3 ecosystem continues to expand, developers face a landscape filled with both exciting opportunities and challenges.

Building decentralized applications (dApps) requires not only technical expertise but also efficient tools to streamline and enhance the development process. This is why the idea for creating TransactionKit was born.

TransactionKit (TxKit) is a robust smart account React library crafted to empower Web3 developers. It leverages the Etherspot Account Abstraction infrastructure, transforming complex development tasks into simple React Components and Hooks that seamlessly integrate with your React user interface. Whether you’re a seasoned blockchain developer or just starting, TransactionKit can significantly boost your productivity and the reliability of your dApps.

Why Use TransactionKit?

TransactionKit enables developers to create a seamless user experience for dApps with just a few lines of code. Beyond basic functionalities like sending and approving transactions, checking account balances, and fetching historical transactions, TransactionKit offers advanced features that elevate any dApp:

Batch multiple transactions out-of-the-box.

This feature allows dApp users to combine several transactions into one, making it easier to perform multiple actions with a single click. This will allow them to take fewer steps and give them more freedom and flexibility in their actions on blockchain. The most exciting thing is that, traditionally, developers would need to manually batch transactions or find other solutions, which can be time-consuming and tricky. With TransactionKit, the <EtherspotBatches /> component handles this effortlessly, providing a ready-made solution.

Engage users from many chains with a seamless cross-chain experience.

Etherspot supports over 22 blockchains, enabling projects to onboard users from multiple chains without the need for separate support integrations for each one. This seamless cross-chain functionality broadens the reach and accessibility of your dApp.

Ability for users to pay gas fees with stablecoins aka Gasless Transactions.

Every blockchain transaction requires fees paid in the native tokens of the blockchain. This can be a barrier for users unfamiliar with acquiring these tokens. Etherspot allows dApp users to pay transaction fees with stablecoins such as USDT, USDC, DAI and BUSD, simplifying the user experience and lowering entry barriers.

Fully cover users’ gas costs with sponsored transactions.

With TransactionKit, dApps can subsidize user transactions, providing users with a completely gas-free experience. This feature can attract and retain users by eliminating transaction costs.

Getting Started with TransactionKit

With TransactionKit, developers can bring any dApp idea to life, enjoying complete design freedom and a powerful toolkit. TxKit handles all the tricky parts of Web3 development, hence developers can focus on creating innovative and user-friendly applications.

To get familiar with TransactionKit, check out this example of creating a staking dApp:

If you’re ready to start building with TransactionKit, simply install it using the following snippet to import the library and create a wallet.

npm i @etherspot/transaction-kit [email protected]

// or

yarn add @etherspot/transaction-kit [email protected]

For more information and resources, check out the following links:

GitHub: https://github.com/etherspot/transaction-kit

TransactionKit npm: http://npmjs.com/package/@etherspot/transaction-kit

Developer Documentation: https://etherspot.fyi/transaction-kit/components/EtherspotTransactionKit

With TransactionKit, the power of Web3 development is at your fingertips. Simplify your dApp development process and create robust, user-friendly Web3 applications with ease. Happy coding!

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