How to install Solidity on macOS?
Solidity is a programming language used for writing smart contracts for many platforms of blockchain, the most common of which is ethereum. It is an object-based programming language that runs on EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) which executes the smart contracts. Below are the steps to install solidity in macOS –
1. Installing through npm command in the terminal:
Step 1: You must have npm installed in your system. If not then use the following command to install npm before proceeding further:
brew install node
Step 2: Now use the following command to install solidity:
npm install -g solc
2. Installing through brew command in the terminal:
Step 1: You must have npm installed in your system. If not then use install it as in Method 1- Step 1.
Step 2: Now use the following command to tap ethereum before installing solidity (required):
brew tap ethereum/ethereum
Step 3: After cloning ethereum objects using the above command, now use the following command to install solidity:
brew install solidity
Working With Solidity
Solidity is most commonly used on the online IDE http://remix.ethereum.org/ where one can write and compile smart contract codes. Ganache is used for deploying and setting up a personal Ethereum Blockchain for working with your contracts. It can be used as the web3 provider. You can also link other features like metamask.
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