Building a Full Stack NFT Market Place with Near Protocol and React.js

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  • create-near-app

    Create a starter app hooked up to the NEAR blockchain

    For this guide, I decided to build an NFT Market Place using Near Protocol, although there is a much faster way of setting up a near project using create-near-app, I wanted to put the pieces together to make it easier to understand.

  • nft-marketplace-part-1

    A tutorial of an NFT Market Place Built with Near Protocol and React.js

    The repository for part one of this project is located here.

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  • nvm

    Node Version Manager - POSIX-compliant bash script to manage multiple active node.js versions

    Nodejs: is a JavaScript runtime environment built on Chrome V8 engine. NEAR Wallet Account:NEAR Wallet is a secure wallet and account manager for your accounts on the NEAR blockchain. A Near wallet allows you to interact with applications on Near and securely store tokens and NFTs. For this tutorial we are using a testnet wallet.

  • rust-template

    git clone

  • nft-tutorial

    From this near protocol nft-tutorial in github. Copy the src directory of nft-contract folder and copy it into your new own nft-contract folder .

  • rust

    Empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software.

    Near Protocol uses rust programming language for it's smart contracts. We are going to start with a rust contract template.

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