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Exploring and Refactoring Contraktor - Ethereum Explorer
This week I explored and refactored an archived open source Ethereum explorer called Contraktor. The project had not been updated in some time and was not working properly, so I took it upon myself to bring it back to life.
Contraktor is an excellent tool for developers who are looking to explore and interact with the Ethereum blockchain. It provides a user-friendly interface that allows users to easily navigate through the various contracts on the network and view detailed information about them. Furthermore, it also provides users with the ability to find related smart contracts on different networks and interact with their resources and state.
Overall, Contraktor is a powerful tool that can be used by developers to quickly explore and interact with the Ethereum blockchain.
NextJs Ethereum ExplorerUpdated
The explorer provides users with the ability to browse through common DeFi projects or any other verified smart contract from Etherscan, find related smart contracts on different networks, and visualize and interact with the contract's resources and state. To achieve this, I connected Rainbowkit Wagmi Ethers to the explorer and refactored the types in Typescript.
In addition, I discovered a really great npm package
@studydefi/money-legos that provides users with the mainnet addresses, ABIs, and Solidity interfaces for popular DeFi protocols. This was a great discovery and will make it much easier for developers to work with DeFi protocols in their own projects.
Overall, this week was productive and I am making good progress on the project. In the next week, I will continue developing the detailed information view and improve the user interface for the project.