A Counter on an NCTL Network
This tutorial installs a simple counter contract on a local Casper Network with NCTL. The contract is straightforward and simply maintains a counter variable. If you want to learn to send deploys to the Testnet, you can follow a similar tutorial. Once you are familiar with this process, the next step will be to write more practical smart contracts.
Before we go through the tutorial, we will give a high-level overview of this tutorial's walkthrough and briefly summarize the relevant commands (and respective arguments).
- You have completed the Getting Started tutorial to set up your development environment, including tools like cmake (version 3.1.4+), cargo, and Rust.
- You have completed the NCTL tutorial, which introduces you to the CLI tool to set up and control local Casper networks for development.
- Follow the installation instructions for the Casper client. We will use the casper-client to send deploys to the chain.
If you prefer a video walkthrough of this guide, you can check out this video.