Here's a collection of various blockchain development tools that you may encounter, including blockchain frameworks, libraries, clients, and more. Use these tools to write, verify, test, and debug your blockchain code.
MetaMask is a browser extension that allows you to browse Ethereum blockchain enabled websites.
The Mist browser is an alternative to MetaMask that can be used to browse and use DApps on the Ethereum network.
Remix is a Solidity IDE in which you can write your code and check for errors right from your browser.
EthFiddle lets you write, compile, and debug your Solidity code directly in the browser. You can also use this tool to share a permalink to your code.
The "most popular Ethereum development framework" — it's a development environment, testing framework, and asset pipeline for Ethereum.
Embark is a framework that allows you to easily develop and deploy DApps. It integrates with EVM blockchains, IPFS, Whisper, and Orbit.
Populus is a smart contract development framework for Ethereum. According to their repo, they're the framework "with the most cute animal pictures".
etherlime is an Ethereum development and deployment framework based on ethers.js, and an alternative to other web3.js based frameworks.
Dot-abi-cli is a framework for building commandline tools for smart contracts that allows you to create a custom CLI for interacting with smart contracts.
Pyethereum library, by Vitalik Buterin, is the Python core library of the Ethereum project.
Web3j is a lightweight, reactive, and typesafe Java and Android library to use with smart contracts and integrate with clients on the Ethereum network.
A Python library to push Ethereum blockchain data into an SQL database, and can be used as a backbone for creating block explorers or performing data analysis.
An open source .NET integration library for blockchain, which helps simplifies the access and interaction of smart contracts on Ethereum nodes.
JSON RPC API is a stateless, light-weight remote procedure call (RPC) protocol. It defines several data structures and the rules around their processing.
This tool makes it easy to build UIs for interacting with Ethereum contracts. It works with any UI framework and has minimal dependencies.
Cava is a set of libraries and other tools to aid development of blockchain and other decentralized software in Java, Kotlin, and other JVM languages.
A secure & decentralized way to address resources both on and off the blockchain using simple, human-readable names.
Go Ethereum, also known as "Geth", can be used as a standalone client or a library that you can embed in your Go, Android, or iOS projects.
Parity is an Ethereum client written in the new low-level language, Rust. It's the fastest and most secure way of interacting with the Ethereum blockchain.
Developed by Prsmatic Labs, this is the first implementation of sharding for the Geth (go-ethereum) client. Previously known as "Geth-Sharding".
Status is a mobile Ethereum client which enables you to access Ethereum’s entire ecosystem from anywhere.
EthereumJ is a pure-Java implementation of the Ethereum protocol and is provided as a library that can be embedded in any Java/Scala project.
A collection of developer tools including an Ethereum C++ client, libraries, and other tools.
Vyper is an experimental smart contract development language that aims for security, language and compiler simplicity, and auditability.
A high-level language to program Smart Contracts for Tezos which uses the syntax of OCaml and strictly compiles with Michelson (for security reasons).
Ganache is part of Truffle's suite of dev tools which uses EthereumJS to simulate client behavior to make developing Ethereum applications faster and easier.
EthPM is a Package Registry for Ethereum. It's used for publishing and consuming smart contract packages.
Atom Solidity Linter is an Atom plugin that is used for linting Solidity code in smart contracts.
Infura provides an API and other developer tools to provide secure access to Ethereum and IFPS.
Lamden is a suite of developer tools that speed up the process of creating new and custom blockchains and DApps.
Use NeoCompiler to create and edit smart contracts in Python and C#, compile smart contracts, and deploy and test your NEO smart contract.
Mythril is a security analysis enginer and platform used to analyze Ethereum smart contracts and DApps. It integrates with several commonly used IDEs.
SmartCheck checks smart contracts for vulnerabilities and bad practices. It highlights them in the code and gives a detailed explanation of the problem.
Oyente is a analysis and verification tool for smart contracts that can be used to find and identify issues with your code.
Securify is a security scanner for Ethereum smart contracts created by ICE center, ETH Zurich, and ChainSecurity AG.
Manticore is a symbolic execution and tool for the analysis of binaries and smart contracts.
Velma is a real-time Solidity debugging tool that also has an associated VS Code integration.
Coq is a formal proof management system used as a formal verification tool to prove that your code is bug-free.
Isabelle is a generic proof assistant. Like Coq, it is used to prove that code is bug-free.
This is a Solidity code coverage tool that can be used for testing your smart contracts. It's is developed by 0x protocol.
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