I’m interested to learn vyper. My challenge currently is to get started.
To get to the point, I see it is obvious how to compile a contract, get the bytecode and the abi. Then, I need to start testing its functions. The documentation is falling behind on this so I need your guys help.
There’s an issue that a guy created here: https://github.com/ethereum/vyper/issues/1481
So that pointed me to the direction of using web3/eth-tester for that.
So I assume that the fastest way to test smart contracts (vyper in this case but this works same for solidity) is working with Ganache, which creates a private local Ethereum blockchain. Am I right?
So then I made this little gist here https://gist.github.com/crypto-diaz/c36110bd357b0e422c4c7b17a9bed931
which is supposed to register Ethereum addresses for a name and then be able to retrieve them.
I run through all of that pointing it to my local Ganache but I’m getting the ZERO ADDRESS when I call lookup for that name that I submit instead of the actual address. Does anybody have any clue why?
Is there any up to date, practical vyper guide on how to test smart-contracts?
I promise I am working on something and share with everybody once I am done, but I need to get started