Local Development With Solana, Rust, Python And Django Rest

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Local Development With Solana, Rust, Python And Django Rest
Published 2/2024
Created by Jana Awada
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 10 Lectures ( 41m ) | Size: 249 MB

Build and deploy Solana programs locally, invoke them from a Python client.

What you'll learn:
Learn about web3-related Rust concepts
Write Solana programs with Rust
Invoke Solana programs from a Python client
Learn how to store data on the blockchain using PDAs
Send data to the Solana program from the Python client
Build a Django REST wrapper that interfaces with the Solana cluster on the backend
Some coding background
Familiarity with Rust
Familiarity with Django
Knowledge of Linux-style command line
Local Solana Development with Rust, Python and Django REST frameworkThis course introduces you to building Solana smart contracts (aka programs) locally using Rust. We will invoke those programs using Python clients and build a Django REST API that interfaces with the local Solana cluster.It is a fast-paced course aimed at facilitating the transition from web2 to web3 development with Solana.We'll first brush up on some web3 knowledge covering concepts such as keypairs, wallets, JSON-RPC and PoH. This is followed by a compact primer on Rust for web3 purposes. Here we'll learn about Structs, Enums, Macros and Traits, commonly used in program development.We'll then start building Solana programs and deploying them to a local Solana cluster. These programs range from a simple "Hello world!" to one that allows you to store data on the cluster using PDAs (Program Derived addresses).After program deployment, we'll attempt to invoke them from Python. This includes sending data that the Solana program will store on the blockchain.In the final lecture, we will build a Django REST API that, unlike web2 applications that interface with a database on the backend, will interface with the Solana cluster to write data on the blockchain.
Who this course is for:
Web2 developers wanting to make the switch to web3 development and Solana in particular
Developers curious about developing Rust Solana programs
Python or Django developers building clients that interact with the Solana blockchain




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