JOIN THE TRUFFLE BETA PROGRAM
Sign up today to be a member of the Truffle Beta Program. You’ll be added to our low volume mailing list which we’ll use to communicate future changes, development ideas and allow you to shape Truffle’s development.
Built-in smart contract compilation, linking, deployment and binary management.
Truffle takes care of managing your contract artifacts so you don’t have to. Includes support for custom deployments, library linking and complex Ethereum applications.
Automated contract testing for rapid develpoment.
Scriptable deployment & migrations framework.
Write simple, manageable deployment scripts that acknowledge your application will change over time. Foster your dapp’s evolution and ensure you can maintain your contracts far into the future.
Network management for deploying to both public & private networks.
Don’t manage network artifacts ever again. Let Truffle do it for you, and put your focus on dapp development where it belongs.
Access to hundreds of external packages.
Pull in hundreds of smart contract dependencies from NPM and EthPM to have your code stand on the shoulders of giants.
Interactive console for direct contract communication.
Use Truffle to save time and talk to your contracts via an interactive console, which includes access to all your built contracts and all available truffle commands.
External script runner that executes scripts within a Truffle environment.
Use Truffle to bootstrap your contracts and run a network-aware script, without hassle.
Built for speed.
Whether you’re compiling contracts or running unit tests, Truffle includes clever optimizations to ensure you only compile what you have to and your tests run as quickly as possible. Along with the EthereumJS TestRPC, you can develop your dapps quickly and get real code deployed, fast.
MODULAR FROM THE GROUND UP
For example, you could use Truffle as a library in your own tool, using only the modules that you need. This lets you to take advantage of powerful features like Truffle Migrations in your own command line tools.
Check out the source code on Guthub!
Building & Testing a Frontend App with Truffle 3.0
2017-02-14• BY Doug von KohornRead Tutorial →
Testing for throws in Solidity Tests
2017-02-13• BY Simon de la RouviereRead Tutorial →
Creating an Ethereum-enabled command line tool with Truffle 3.0
2017-02-09• BY Doug von KohornRead Tutorial →
Upgrading from Truffle 2.0 to 3.0 - a Guide
2017-02-01• BY Tim CoulterRead Tutorial →
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CONTRIBUTING TO TRUFFLE
We need your help! There are many ways you can help contribute to the Truffle project. Here are some ways that you can contribute:
- Open issues on the Github project
- Submit Pull Requests to the Github project - but please open an issue to discuss the feature first!
- Test out the Beta versions of Truffle to help us nail down issues and stomp bugs.
- Participate in the Gitter chat room helping out other users.
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