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Decentralized Applications (Dapps), University at Buffalo

4.6
199 ratings
21 reviews

About this Course

This third course of the Blockchain specialization prepares you to design and develop end-to-end decentralized applications (Dapps) – which provide anyone with access to the blockchain’s features and services. You will use Truffle IDE, smart contracts, a simple web client and a MetaMask client. You will learn about the architecture of a Dapp: the front-end client interface, backed by the blockchain and smart contracts. The course covers the basic design of a Dapp, Truffle development process and commands (init, develop, test and migrate), test-driven development of Dapp, Dapp application models and emerging standards that are essential for predictable Dapp behavior. Main concepts are delivered through videos, demos and hands-on exercises....

Top reviews

By ZS

Nov 15, 2018

I really enjoyed the course. I like ma'am bina ramamurthy teaching style, to give the student a clear understanding of each topic.Thanks very much for this course.

By PS

Sep 25, 2018

Extremely beneficial and very important concepts explained in this course.

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21 Reviews

By Fabio Tudone

Dec 11, 2018

It's a very good course, not giving 5 stars only because a couple of questions were really context-dependent and it's hard to answer them correctly without searching through the precise wording of the lessons.

By Stephen Riddle

Dec 01, 2018

Awesome and well explained.

By Ahmed Tealeb

Dec 01, 2018

Amazing Course :)

By Acyuta C

Dec 01, 2018

Great course, somewhat more challenging and involved than previous courses in this specialization.

Once you are done with the testing, you will feel very confident that you can write, debug and test Solidity smart contracts, no doubt!

Thank you for such great work and effort creating this course.

By Erix Shen

Nov 20, 2018

very useful

By Theodore Tsoukatos

Nov 19, 2018

The 3rd course in this specialization continues building on the previous one. The programming assignment is intimidating at first glance, especially if you are not used in JavaScript style syntax and programming. As usual, with some effort someone is able to overcome all challenges. Again, in order to acquire a more in-depth look in these concepts, personal dedication and effort is required beyond the minimal time-commitment stated in the course's review

By Zakir Ullah Shah

Nov 15, 2018

I really enjoyed the course. I like ma'am bina ramamurthy teaching style, to give the student a clear understanding of each topic.Thanks very much for this course.

By Alex Frankiv

Oct 24, 2018

The software behind Ethereum is immature. Should not be even allowed in beta release.

By Luis Guillermo León Guzmán

Oct 21, 2018

Exccellent course, very motivating, well organized and structured.

By Muhammad Ahmed

Oct 16, 2018

perfect