We all have heard about Web3 but what if some want to become a Web3 developer. How to be a Web3 developer. What should I learn to be a Web3 developer? What are the best resources to learn Web3 development? Well, today I will try to answer all these questions by presenting to you the best roadmap and resources to be a Web3 developer.
i. Learn the Basics of Blockchain.
We should always know in detail what technology we are working on so our basics should be strong. Resources to learn it!.
ii. What are decentralized applications? Learn about it.
You'll begin to wonder, "What type of apps can I design utilizing blockchain?" after learning about the blockchain, nodes, consensus, and all of the fundamental components of this technology.
The applications built on top of Blockchain are called Decentralized applications, or DApps, Learn more here about it.
iii. What are smart contracts?
Simply said, a smart contract is software that runs on the Ethereum blockchain. It's a collection of code (its functions) and data (its state) that lives on the Ethereum blockchain at a single address.
This indicates that they have a balance and are able to send transactions across the network. They are not, however, controlled by a user; instead, they are deployed to the network and run according to a set of instructions. Learn what smart contracts are here.
Iv. Learn front-end and back-end web development.
v. Learn about Solidity.
Solidity is an object-oriented, high-level programming language for creating smart contracts on the blockchain that automate transactions.
Solidity allows you to design contracts for voting, crowdfunding, blind auctions, and multi-signature wallets, among other things. Learn more here to better your understanding
vi. Learn how to connect your decentralized app front end with either ether.js or web3.js.
The ethers.js library aspires to be a comprehensive and lightweight interface to the Ethereum Blockchain and its ecosystem. It keeps your private keys safe and secure in your client.
That's it! Just keep practicing by doing some projects on this and you will have a good grasp on it.