How To Tutorials
Palm is a fully EVM-compatible Ethereum sidechain, which means that any Use Supported Tools and workflows should work seamlessly on the Palm network.
A sidechain is a separate blockchain that runs independent of Ethereum and is connected to Ethereum Mainnet by a two-way bridge.
Develop your dApp and test using standard Ethereum tools:
During development, you can connect to your local testing environment with your standard Ethereum tools just as you would when developing for Ethereum.
If you're new to smart contract development, try these standard Ethereum tutorials:
You may need to get your end users set up and connected as Palm is a relatively new network. You can connect Palm through MetaMask, but it may not be supported out-of-the-box across all wallet providers.
The easiest way to add Palm with MetaMask is to head to app.palm.io/configure and follow the prompts.
Palm is also now built into the latest version of MetaMask, so an alternative approach is to choose Settings > Experimental, switch on "Show custom network list", and you'll then see Palm amongst the network list via Settings > Networks > Add Network.
To be able to transact on the Palm network, users may need to:
Palm provides an app that users can access to complete these onboarding tasks:
You can link directly to the Palm app to help your users onboard.
To deploy a dApp to Palm, you will Get PALM Tokens in order to pay the transaction fees required for deployment.
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You can also quickly learn how to Mint NFTs using Hardhat.
The Palm network offers a bridge enabling users to transfer their assets to and from the Ethereum mainnet.
You can learn how to Integrate With the Bridge.
Tools like Covalent and The Graph are deployed on the Palm network to facilitate pulling data from the chain.
You can learn how to use those protocols on the Palm network: