Avneesh Agarwal
Apr 2, 2022 ⋅ 13 min read

How to create a DAO with Next.js and thirdweb

Avneesh Agarwal A fullstack web developer, designer, content creator, open source enthusiast, and student 🤓

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2 Replies to "How to create a DAO with Next.js and thirdweb"

  1. Sadly it seems like this tutorial is already outdated! Thirdweb moves fast…

    There’s no longer a getApps function – that was in v1 of the 3rdweb sdk and has been removed from v2. Plus, you’re no longer able to create projects. Which means your tutorial fails when you get to the initilise-script stage; getApps() returns an empty array.

    1. Thanks for the tip! You’re right, the tutorial did become outdated very quickly. We’ve updated the post to reflect the changes introduced with thirdweb v2.

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