With the rising interest and adoption of Web3, there has been an increased demand for developers that know how to write Smart Contracts. Most people who learn to write Smart Contracts will use Remix which is an online IDE. But an online IDE is not feasible for any size development team. You need a tool to be able to write Smart Contracts on your laptop. In this scenario, you have two choices: HardHat or Truffle. Let's explore how they compare.
.toLocaleString(). The only challenge was this does not actually support locales. It uses the system locale. Now with the
Intl.NumberFormat() to format any number into a currency value and format it based on a locale.
Here is an example of how we use to format numbers using
const money = 1000;
style: 'currency', currency: 'USD'
}); // $1,000.00
Intl object which is the ECMAScript Internationalization API. This API provides language-sensitive number formatting.
Here is the same example as above:
There are two ways of creating a vue3 project. Using Vue-CLI or Vite. I will cover both.
If you do not already have Vite installed globally, you will need to install it. You can install it with this command:
npm install -g vite
Now that you have Vite installed you will need to create your Vue3 application. You can create it with this command:
Web3 is the fastest growing number arena today in tech. Startup companies as well as established Web2 companies are both hiring people for web3 positions. If you want to break into Web3 then you need to be prepared for the interview process. Here are some of the most common questions you might face in an interview for a Web3 position.
1) What is Web3?
You might think this is a dumb question to ask if you are interviewing for a web3 position but it really isn't. This question will quickly weed out people who apply for a position because it is in a fast-growing arena without fully knowing what it entails. If you can clearly articulate what is web3 then you have done your homework and know why you are applying for this position.
Visibility modifiers define the visibility for both state variables and functions. Visibility modifiers determine whether or not you are able to access a variable or execute a function.
There are four visibility modifiers available in the Solidity programming language. They are: