Peter Aideloje
Apr 12, 2022 ⋅ 20 min read

The role of Solidity and JavaScript in Web3 applications

Peter Aideloje I'm a passionate developer and technical writer whose interest aligns with full-stack software engineering, specifically Java, Csharp, and other frontend stacks like HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript.

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4 Replies to "The role of Solidity and JavaScript in Web3 applications"

  1. import { HiMenuAlt4 } from ‘reacts-icons/hi’;
    import { AiOutlineClose } from ‘react-icons/ai’;

    import logo from ‘../../images/logo.png’

    you put a “S” in react

    import { HiMenuAlt4 } from “react-icons/hi”;
    import { AiOutlineClose } from “react-icons/ai”;

    import logo from ‘../../images/logo.png’

  2. @WEB3 Developer I’m glad you find it useful. There’s more from where that came from. Stay tune! 🙂

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