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Guide to using Remix

Created on August 2022 β€’ Tags: ethereumsolidityguides

A guide on using Remix

Remix is an IDE for developing Solidity smart contracts.

Its official website is at

But you will probably want to interact with the IDE in your broswer here:

You can use Remix to developer Solidity smart contracts, compile the code, deploy to mainnet and testnet, and much more.

You can also download Remix locally (instead of running it in your web browser) by visiting

Or you might want to install the Remix VSCode plugin here

The latest documentation can be found on

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