The easiest way to see the power of the Abridged SDK is through our point-and-click SDK Playground where you can execute method calls on the testnet.
If it's your first time interacting with the Abridged SDK, we recommend going through the flow below for setting up account contracts to quickly explore the SDK's core functionality (and most used feature!) in 4 easy steps. Click through each header to be guided to the proper methods in the Abridged SDK Playground for each step.
The Playground initializes automatically on the Ropsten testnet so all you really need to do is to open the Playground!
Click the Random button or enter a custom username that is at least 7 characters long to associate your account address with a username (also referred to as an ENS label/name).
Click on the Run button to create your account contract.
Copy your account address from the Playground and enter it in the provided faucet website to acquire some Ropsten testnet ETH. This will ensure you have adequate ETH to deploy the account contract in the next step.
Click on the first Run button to estimate the gas cost for your account contract deployment.
Click on the second Run button to deploy the account contract you just created.
Congratulations! You just used the Abridged SDK to explore a seamless Web 3 onboarding flow by creating and deploying your first account contract!
When you integrate the Abridged SDK with this account contract setup flow into your application, you're able to seamlessly onboard your users with a wallet without changing any existing signup behavior or requiring them to download additional software. From the user's perspective, it can look something like this:
If you're ready to dive deeper into what is possible with Abridged, you can do the following:
Walk through the remaining SDK Playground recommended flows
Go through the SDK reference for information about each available method
Complete the CLI quickstart guide to make development even easier with the Abridged CLI
Read through the various Web 3 components you can access with the Abridged SDK
(COMING SOON) Complete the in-depth tutorials to integrate the SDK into an example app
(COMING SOON) Create a Web 3 app with our drag-and-drop, no-code Web Portal interface