The quickest way to bootstrap a blockchain application with the Lisk SDK is explained here.
The following dependencies need to be installed to run the Lisk SDK:
If you are using NVM, (Node.js Version Manager), ensure you install the correct version as shown below:
nvm install v16.15.0
mkdir new_app cd new_app
The user is asked for the application name, description, author, and license after running
Next, all the required files are created by Lisk Commander.
Using template "lisk-ts" Initializing git repository Updating .liskrc.json file Creating project structure ? Application name new_app ? Application description My blockchain application ? Author mona ? License ISC
Execute the following command to start the blockchain application.
To verify that the application has started, check the log messages in the terminal. If the start was successful, the application will enable forging for all genesis delegates and will begin adding new blocks to the blockchain every 10 seconds.
|The application CLI offers various commands to conveniently manage your blockchain application.|
To see an overview of all the available CLI commands, execute the following commands in the root folder of the application:
To use the application commands globally, create an alias in the
alias new_app="$HOME/new_app/bin/run" (1)
|1||Adjust to the path where your
After updating the
.bashrc file, make it directly available in the terminal by executing the following command:
Now it is possible to conveniently run the application CLI commands from anywhere by referring to the alias.