General Tutorial Template
This template should be used when contributing a tutorial to the Polygon Wiki. You may choose to contribute a tutorial on a topic of your choosing.
- The tutorial's scope should be clear from the title.
- The tutorial should be able to accurately describe the features and functionalities of product(s) or service(s).
- Try to keep the tutorial swift and concise, but expand on key concepts where appropriate. Give background information and further context when possible.
- For configuration and implementation steps, be specific.
- Please try your best to add supporting imagery, icons, or screenshots that
complement the written content.
The documentation team would also be happy to work with you on creating diagrams.
- Remember the audience you are writing for. If the material has a certain difficulty
level it should be mentioned in the tutorial.
If there are steps a user should take before running through a tutorial, please mention them.
- The documentation would be happy to jointly work on creating a tutorial.
- Remember to consider the Style guide.
If you notice that the current tutorials on the Polygon Wiki do not follow this template, it is because the documentation team decided to implement a standard, so the tutorial flow is consistent across all tutorials. The team is working on updating these tutorials to resemble this template. If you are interested, you can also update an existing tutorial to restructure it.
Explain the product(s) or service(s) being discussed in the tutorial. Give background information for the purpose of the tutorial and what the tutorial aims to present. The tutorial should always be based on using a Polygon product.
What you'll learn
Summarize what the user will learn throughout the tutorial.
You'll explore how to use the Truffle Suite to build dApps Polygon.
Outline the learning outcomes.
- You will learn about Fauna.
- You will learn how you can use ReactJS for the UI of your dApp.
- You will learn how to safeguard dApp data.
Mention prerequisites and what the user should already be familiar with. Link the necessary documentation for areas that the user should already be knowledgeable about.
Before starting this tutorial, you should understand the basics of EVM-based dApp development. See "these docs" for more information.
What you'll do
Outline the steps in the tutorial and the tools that will be used.
You will use Solidity to create a smart contract in a ChainIDE environment.
- Setting up a wallet
- Write an ERC-721 smart contract
- Compile an ERC-721 Smart Contract
- Deploy an ERC-721 Smart Contract
- Create a Flattened File using Flattener Library
- Verify a Smart Contract
- NFT Minting
The tutorial itself
In general, the tutorial can be presented in the best categorization that the writer sees fit; this should be reflected in the What you'll do section. However, the tutorial sections should touch on these three main categories:
Ensure that you consider keywords and keep SEO in mind when coming up with sections.
Build your application
The main tutorial content. This can include sections like "setup", "configuration", and "implementation" to name a few.
Run or Deploy your application
Explain how the user should run or deploy their application.
Test your application
This could be writing tests for a smart contract, smart contract verification, etc.
Conclude the tutorial and reflect on the learning outcomes. Outline next steps that the user can take.
Congratulations on deploying your smart contract. You now know how to use ChainIDE to create and deploy smart contracts. Consider trying out "this tutorial".