Chainlink Developers Starter Kit Showcase

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Chainlink Developers Starter Kit Showcase

We’re excited to announce the Chainlink Developers Starter Kit Showcase, a developer-focused initiative that will run throughout the month of May. Over the next month, we encourage you to experiment with our Starter Kits, either by building smart contracts that use Chainlink Price Feeds, VRF, or Any-API functionality, or by improving the Starter Kits in some way or form, and share your projects with the community.

The Chainlink documentation is a great place for learning how to build smart contracts that make use of Chainlink’s tools and features, offering developers a quick and easy way to either copy boilerplate code into their projects, or deploy the sample code snippets using Remix, the online Solidity IDE. These examples are simple, standalone contracts that demonstrate how to use Chainlink tools. However, they aren’t always ideal starting points when creating a new project that requires other things such as tests, deploy scripts, or integration with other off-chain parts of a project. Developers want robust, well-documented, up-to-date templates that they can easily build upon.

The Chainlink Starter Kits are open-source projects based on existing Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM)-based development frameworks that allow developers to easily integrate Chainlink features and tools into their projects. Each of these starter kits offers developers a working code repository that contains simple but complete versions of the three widely used Chainlink oracle functions:

In addition to this, the repositories contain scripts to deploy and test all of the smart contracts, giving developers a sensible starting point on how to build smart contracts that make use of Chainlink’s products. Each repository is based on an existing popular Solidity development environment, such as Truffle Suite, Hardhat, or Brownie, with Truffle and Hardhat focusing on JavaScript and TypeScript ...

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